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[national anthem] good morning. it is saturday, february 13th. i'm heather childers in for anna kooiman. the fbi now investigatingm@ a machete attack by a muslim refugee as a lone wolf terror attack as we hear the moments of horror. >> how many people were stabbed. >> there is like five people. noble knows who he is. he just came in and started stabbing. >> what we just learned about the suspect and why there is a chance it could have been prevented. >> republican candidates, gloves off, squaring off in south carolina. one week before that state's all-important primary as new poll numbers show the nomination could be donald trump's to lose. we have got details. >> this could be one of the
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reasons trump is doing so well. video capturing the moment that 1400 employees learn they are losing their jobs to mexico. >> is to move production from our facility in indianapolis monterrey, mexico. >> wait until you hear how the company is trying to spin it this morning. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪?b ♪ >> the three front running candidates, at least coming out of iowa, we have an entertainer, a guy who is a reality tv star, who has been successful in his own life, but he also pushes people down to make himself look better. >> jeb, oh. [crowd booing] >> jeb, he's asleep. he's asleep at the wheel,
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folks. >> then you have others. you have cruz. you have cruz. find out where he gets his money. >> there is more than a little irony in donald accusing anyone of being nasty given the amazing torrent of insults and obscenities and vulgarity that come out of his mouth. >> unlike some -- >> well, that was marco rubp$ frozen in motion. >> sorry, that was the tape locking up. >> it was not the actual rubio campaign which isñ fighting. >> and on the modify. >> yes, for a strong second in south carolina. good morning. >> good morning, everybody. new poll out of the all-important state of south carolina where a big debate tonight among republicans. take a look how it stacks up at this hour. donald trump way up on top 34%. coming off the huge win up in new hampshire. >> you know what's amazing about this? south carolina and new hampshire couldn't be more different. they really are at the opposite ends of the spectrum, geographically, historically, one thing they
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have in common is that trump is dominating in both of them more than twice his nearest competitor ted cruz in south carolina. if it was other candidate we would say in the press, come on, he is going to be the nominee. >> one of the only lanes is the evangelical side of things. he crushed in every other candidate. moderate. people pro-immigration, people anti-immigration he won. evangelicals, that is one of the big areas that differs from new hampshire. >> but the latest polls though trump is leading with the evangelicals in south carolina as well. >> right. so even though yous6jjjz at ted cruz 15% right now to donald trump's 34%. the evangelical vote there are enough for him to close that gap. >> do you know what it's time for, i think? it's time to figure out what this means. wife is this happening? if you said donald trump was going to be so dominant in this race the second place guy sitting united states senator super articulate will be more than half his place in the polls that can't be true. >> it's the anger moment. interesting this week george
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w. bush is going to be out on the campaign trail for jeb bush. former president hugely popular in south carolina. private poll.z 84% approval rating does george w. bush. he is not an angry guy george w. bush. it's an angry moment. >> is it transferable. >> a friend of mine worked for the mccain in south carolina back in the day. he had an article came out just last week. he talked about the popularity of the bush family in south carolina, specifically and referred to it as the kill zone for the bushes. when they come in there they can sweep in and pull people together. they will obviously try to do in this time around as well. >> you have got to wonder about endorsements any way. the most popular figure in the democratic party by far is bill clinton. bill clinton was out in new hampshire every single day giving heart felt and good speeches on behalf of his wife hillary who lost by he a greater margin than anyone who has ever l.s.u. in the history of the new hampshire primary. does it work whether you
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have surrogates out there for you? it doesn't seem to. >> it didn't help last time when bill clinton was out there speaking on her behalf and she lost last time. rough state for politics. nasty ads running through right now. >> doesn't mean south carolinians are rough people at all i was born in south carolina. >> why does it get so bare knuckled. former campaign manager for mike huckabee had this to say. watch. >> this is going to be be a bare knuckled brutal blood bath in south carolina. south carolina is the pivotal pleas for a lot of these candidates. it can springboard your campaign. it can sink yourt campaign. the thing about south carolina is we do it with a smile. we say bless your heart while we're slitting your throat. you don't know what happened. all of a sudden you sink in the polls and you wonder what just happened to me and you got gut the like a fish. bare knuckle and tough. >> sounds pretty exciting. i can't wait to get there. >> do you know what happens in south carolina having covered a lot of these is you often see these fliers
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appear and robo calls get recorded. i have suspected from day one often these things are produced by the people attacked in them. it's basically a hoax so the people can stand up and say my opponent is saying this about me and my family. >> there is always a mystery about these robo calls. >> you remember the famous robo calls during the bush-mccain campaign and where do these mysterious calls come from? where do these mysterious ads come from. >> it's happening again. i guess rubio calls from the cruz campaign andjy cruz campaign saying they are not responsible for them. >> a lot going on beneath the surface. democratic side really no moment captured the disaster for hillary clinton and was the new hampshire primary more crisply than madeline al albright's claim that women have a obligation to vote for hillary or else they are going to hell. watch this. >> hillary clinton will always be there for you and
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just remember, there's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> can i speak to this as a woman on the couch? she is saying she thinks people are offended and she took it back and walked it back saying she didn't mean to say women were going to hell and any of any political asituation is probably get into heaven. she said probably. people offended by this is determining gender or using gender to cast your vote. and that offends me. that i would vote for a woman because she is a woman versus voting for policy. >> it's so patronizing. they're definitely caught in the 1970s. she walked it back. albright wrote an article on, this secretary of state at one point. i believe what i said women should help each other, this was the wrong context and time to use that lynn. my hope is that young women will build on the progress we have made that will only happen if women help one
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another. in other words, sorry, not so sorry. i'm sorry it didn't help hillary but i'm not sorry i said it. >> walk it back and reiterate what she said previously. >> incredibly pray tonnice attitude about all demographic groups. we will shovel a bunch of money to pastors and get the black vote. people think for themselves, don't they? i think they do. patronizing it to think because someone looks like you earn their vote because you look the same? it's insane. >> i'm a woman but smart enough to vote on policy. >> amen, thank you heather childers. >> we have a fox news alert now because terror in ohio. the investigating now investigating a bloody machete attacked inside a packed suburban restaurant as terrorism thisyt morning. the aalleged attacker a possible lone wolf. >> garrett tenney is live for us in washington, d.c. breaking on the details of this. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, y'all. law enforcement sources close to the investigation tell fox news that the fbi is now investigating this incident as a potential lone wolf attack. we're told that at this
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point the fbi hasn't found any evidence to suggest the attack was directed by isis or any other terror group specifically, but investigators are now digging into the background of '0-year-old mohammed barry to see if there is any kind of connection. they are also looking into the connection that barry was simply inspired by terrorist propaganda and are looking at his travel history and his digital footprint for any evidence of propaganda or of communication with extremists. we're also learning more of the terrifying details of the attack thursday night at a popular mediterranean restaurant near columbus. the owner of the nazareth, who is israeli, says barry came into the shop that evening, chatted with him, asked where he was from. and then left. coming['- half an hour later with a machete where he began slashing other customers, seemingly indiscriminately. take a listen to this 911 call. >> how many people were stabbed? >> there is like five people. noble knows who he is. he just came in and started stabbing people.
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>> oh my god, oh my god. we need an ambulance here now. >> he's come back? >> yes. [screams] >> get an ambulance here now, now. >> we have five victims. >> we need an ambulance here now. >> other customers inside eventually fought barry off until he ran away taking police on a car chase. he eventually got out of his car, lunged with police with knife and was shot and killed. four of the customers he attacked were taken to the hospital. as of last night, at least one of them remains in critical but stable condition. heather, clayton, tucker? >> garrett teny, boy, that was shocking. thank you. >> now we will take a look@; at other headlines i do believe. begin with explosive discovery. this is at a texas middle school. two potentially explosive devices were found in eighth grade boys locker at a school southwest of austin. aanonymous tipster alerted
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the district which then evacuated the school. no one was injured. the principal says that she saw the student holding what looked like a prescription bottle and a pvc pipe wrapped in duct tape. police still not clear if they were actual bombs. friendly fire harry reid toward another democrat who made headlines back in 2009. >> the republican healthcare plan is this: die quickly. that's right. the republicans want you it die quickly if you get sick. >> representative allen grayson who viciously defended the affordable care act now being asked by reid to drop out of florida senate race. grayson has been fighting accusations of dirty money connected to one with of his hedge funds. and a mother and her baby rescued from after their car plunges into icy canal in amsterdam. four heroic bystanders took off their coats and jumped right into the frigid waters
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to save them. quartet of strangers using a hammer and some rocks it to smash the windows of the car. all their hard work though paid off. they rescued the mom and the baby swimming them to safety and both this morning are doing just fine. >> >> thanks, heather, life threatening cold weather on its way. that's the headline foxnews.com. zero it could reach in central park. >> tonight. tonight into tomorrow morning. we have got really cold air coming. certainly the coldest -- maybe about the coldest in the last so years. when you think about the cold winters the last couple winters that's saying something. i want to point this out 32 degrees in anchorage, alaska right now. go to the east of that that's where all the cold air is settle in across much of the eastern part of the country throughout the day today. and in throughout much of again pretty quickly. this is our big trough we call it and there is a big ridge. because of that ridge, we're breaking all kinds of high
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temperature records all across parts of california and arizona. now we're going to break all kinds of records tonight across the northeast. it's also going to be windy today so we have all sorts of wind chill advisories in effect. here is where the start of the cold weather is. you factor in the wind there, it feels like minus 6 in des moines. colder throughout the day today. take a look at what happens throughout the great lakes and northeast today. it gets colder and colder. by tomorrow morning right around here guys, it is feeling like around minus 15. minus 3 '0-ish around boston. >> what does that even mean? >> stay inside and watch fox news. that's what it means. >> you bet. well, coming up next. hillary clinton is betting big on president obama. >> i think president obama has set a great example. i don't think he gets the credit he diseerves. maybe because i understand what president obama inherited. >> he is just so great. but iö tieing herself to president obama a winning strategy or the biggest mistake she could make? we'll tell it you coming up.
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and struggling with oic. i will also build on the progress that president obama has made for our country. don't sell president obama short. what he got done is pretty remarkable. thank goodness for president obama passing the affordable care act. >> president obama, he's incredible. that's basically hillary clinton's strategy going into the south carolina primary, tieing herself to the president. she even mentioned president obama 21 times during the debate on thursday night. but is tieing herself to obama really a winning strategy for her? joining us now a man who has thought about it. bill cress, the author of the book buyer's remorse how obama let progressives down. he serves as the chairman of the democratic party. hosts a show with me and a
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great guy. >> good to see you. i get tactically why she is doing. this she wants to win the southern states. the famous official she feels she needs to hug obama. it prevents her from telling the truth about the economy when she does that. doesn't it. >> this is all about south carolina, right? totally all about south carolina. and she abandoned the strategy she has used in other states. i don't know. it may work for her in south carolina. i don't think it's a good election strategy for sure. the wrap onner she is a nominee this is a third term barack obama. right? which is certainly not going to pick up any republican votes and maybe not that many independent votes. >> that's right. but for now she sees this as a short-term way that she can come back because, look, she had a very embarrassing win but embarrassing win in iowa and total blood bath in new hampshire. >> we don't give a lot of third terms to presidents i would say. >> no. >> your book, here it is,
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buyer's remorse became an issue in the last democratic debate. here is a clip from it. >> yeah. >> senator sanders said that president obama failed the presidential leadership test. this is not the first time that he has criticized president obama. in the past he has called him weak. he has called him a disappointment. he wrote a forward for a book that basically argued voters should have buyer's remorse when it comes to president obama's librescu and legacy. and i just couldn't agree -- disagree more with those kind of comments. >> wow. you couldn't get better advertising. sanders came back with a great line. he said this is america. you are allow to do criticize the president if you want. are you not allowed to now. >> i would hope so. this is like every author's wet dream. this is a presidential debate. candidate mentions your book, right? i don't know whether to send hillary flowers or to get
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really upset because she got it all wrong. bernie sanders did not write the forward-to this book, my book, he wrote the book. we love people who give us blushes, so did congressman ellison, bernie's blurb says the president has a duty to rally the people behind him if he wants to get things done in congress. whoa, that's really. >> making the statement by the way in this one specific way i'm on bernie's side. >> and on your point of course you are allow to do criticize our president. may i point out in this debate, right? , hillary clinton said she opposed obama on(x the transpacific partnership. in this debate she said she opposed obama on deportations going on right now. she ran against it as bernie pointed out. >> bill press, the book is "buyer's remorse," if you want to he know the case against the left this is your book. >> great to see you, man. >> coming up, caught on
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it passes the senate with democrat and republican votes and went to the house. the house, because of political reasons, chose not to do it. now you have people trying to hurricaney hurricaney h7pricaney jerky. we set up refugee courts. what they are trying to do determine whether we will return these children back to certain death or refugees or not. it's a systematic problem of a broken system. >> lisa, just a symptom of a broken immigration system in this country? you think this is outrageous. >> i think it's outrageous because the system is already being addressed. in 2008, homeland security said that any unaccompanied minor that comes to the united states within 72 hours will have social services and legal services. not one-on-one legal representation but legal services. now, if you lock at the numbers they're overwhelming. 65,000 unaccompanied immigrants came here between 2013 and 2014. i would like to help every child. we simply can't afford to do
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it and we are not helping our own. in the united states we have 2.5 million homeless children who are not guaranteed legal services. what do we do in that case? >> chuck, what about that point that these services are redundant in the only thing that critics seems this is going to dojm is delay court dafts and therefore taxpayers are going to be footing the bill while they are here. >> you can argue about the budget all you want to but the bible i grew up reading and the sunday school i grew up going to you don't turn your back on these children. you can't return them to certain death. the government actually says let's have refugee courts make sure if somebody harmful or violent come in they have to be sent back. unaccompanied minor children who mothers are putting on trains and sending them to another country. you can lie long enough about having a horse because somebody buys you a saddle it isn't right. >> we can't provide for our own children. >> you have have millionaires and millionaires you can't take care of poor children? it's a reflection of our values as american people.
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that's what this is. >> we have to take care of our own first. >> read the bible. the bible says you don't turn your back on the children. >> lisa give the final word on senate minority leader harry reid. bill would allow illegal immigrants to court date. if we send is them back it's certain death for these kids. >> certain death? that's a quote from senator harry reid.bj again, we do recognize the dilemmama. we want to help other child. what are we doing to the children that are coming here and they are being told that they can come here to freedom, everything will be provided by them by human traffickers. by drug cartels using them as mules. we are creating another system and putting the burden on the american people. the american people want to help, chuck. we all want to help the children, but we have to be able to help them and we can't put them in an overburdened system already. there is nowhere to put them. >> this is a crying shame this is even happening. it's a refliction of values as americans. i don't want any taxpayer dollars wasted on anything. i also don't want to harm
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children in any form or fashion. >> it's a dilemma. >> chuck and lisa, great to see you this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> we appreciate it it this could be the reason donald trump is doing so well. video capturing the moment that 1400 employees learned they are losing their jobs to mexico. watch this out of indianapolis. >> to move production from our facility in indianapolis toto monterrey, mexico. [crowd booing] >> wait until you hear how the company is trying to spin it this morning. yesterday we introduced you to the perfect valentine's gift bacon rose bouquet. this morning we are learning how to make it of course tucker is hovering near the bacon. ♪ doctor doctor ♪ give me the news ♪ i got a bad case of loving you ♪ no pill
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here is your shot of the morning people going banana for bacon roses dipped in chocolate. so great. forget the flowers this valentine's day and say i love you with a bouquet of bacon, the rewards are demonstrable. >> we have got james brisconi, correct. >> yes. >> author of the couple's kitchen ton show us how to make them. they definitely smell good.
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>> they smell as good as a regular rose to me for sure. >> was it hard to make. >> they could not be any easier. i got you guys set up here. you take some bacon, lay it out on your cutting board. start at the end and roll it up. >> so double up the bacon there. >> this is a thinner cut so we double it up so you get a nice full rose. okay? it's just that easy, right? but you know pee, we are going to throw some cheese on here favorite>o sartori. wisconsin. beautiful cheese. you roll that up and heather i'm going to pass you one. i'm throwing it at you. put a little pick through the bottom and you make sure when you bake them stand them up on a rack like that. so when they bake it drips away. >> how long do you bake them? >> these are going to take because they are so thick, they are going to take about 30 minutes or so in the oven at 357 degrees. you keep an eye on them and they will come out like, this then, then --
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>> -- you have given these to your wife. >> dip them in a little chocolate. >> i was making them yesterday and i tried to give some to brook she is at home, hi, honey, with the kids, but i ate them all. >> when you give the lady bacon roses. what's the significance of that? what are you saying to her? >> you are saying i don't think you need to go on a diet. >> i love you just the way you. >> not that i love you, i really love you. i'm not kidding i really really love you. >> one thing i learned from wife, you have got to let them! know exactly what you want for valentine's day. my wife doesn't anything. she doesn't drop hints. she tells me what she wants. we set up the guy's ultimate. cheese, summer humus. bacon roses dipped in there with a little bit of humus. this is definitely for the guys. this is guy's valentine's day. >> all my relationship tips from you and it's worked. thank you, james. >> thank you, guys. >> thank you so much.
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email us on facebook this morning or tweet us what you are getting your love for valentine's day. share them. kettle chips. >> get outside to rick reichmuth we stuck him outside on this brutally cold valentine's weekend. standing by. >> this is true. the wind hasn't picked up all this much yet. it's not as bad as it is going to get. a lot worse throughout the day today. people need to be ready it take a look at this guy, mailman in utica. there you go. this is what is going on yesterday. a lot of lake-effect snow going on. the great lakes last year this time were 63%!s frozen over. this year only is 11%. because of that you still have a moisture source. when the wind goes over and cold air masses we get a lot of lake-effect snow. this is what it feels like across into canada. feels like minus 35 in winnipeg. minus 18 in fargo. that cold air is going to continue to slide down across the mid-atlantic and middle east. 20 in atlanta. florida, you are not going to be that bad.
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you are not getting this cold air mass which is good. across the northeast actual air temperature. see very heavy lake-effect snow. down across the southeast mostly sunshine. 65 in tampa for a high. look at that sex 77, spectacular. the northern plains are also going to see a system drop down bringing snow, a little bit of the clipper system that will spread down across parts of the ohio valley throntáthroughout the night tonight. now we will take a look at other headlines for you. 17 years after the deadly shooting at columbine high school you can believe it's been that long? mother breaking her are silence. sue klee bold, mother of dillon tells abc diane sawyer she feels guilty for
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not knowing anything was wrong with her son. >> i know that just saying i'm sorry is such an inadequate response to all this suffering. there is saver a day that goes by where i don't think of the people that dillon harmed. >> 13 people killed when dillon and one of his classmates opened fire. mother and son's brush with death caught on camera. watch as the duo runs into a dangerous situation while skiing in idaho. >> ethan! [screams] >> heads up. it's okay: here we go. here we go. i got -- >> look at that. the boy jumped and landed in a hole at the base of a tree only to be covered by snow. he she she shrieks. both are doing okay this
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morning. horrible moment caught on camera. watch as more than is 100 employees at carrier air conditioner in indianapolis learn that they are losing their jobs to mexico. >> best way to stay competitive and protect the business for long term is to move production from our facility in indianapolis to monterrey, mexico. [crowd booing] >> the company says it will help employees transition into a new job and maintains that it is just business. not just business to all those folks that lost their jobs. >> i wonder why trump and bernie are doing so well. >> it's a super hero movie like you have never seen before. >> do a super hero landing. wait for it woo, super hero landing. it's really hard on your knees. totally impractical. they all do it. >> dead pool is the movie
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from the x man franchise taking the lead role. step into the spotlight with michael tammero. >> super hero? >> kind of antihero. all i have to say is heather and i were both in san francisco last week for the super bowl. i think i had the better of the assignments i got to sit down with dead pool stars with ryan reynolds and t.j. miller. check it out. you are probably thinking that's a super hero movie that guy in the suit turned that other guy into a cabob. surprise, this is a different kind of super hero story. >> this is a real passion of yours, 11 years. >> 11 years a waited. >> to bring it to the screen? >> yeah. movie that you kept sticking with it? >> for starters deadpool occupy as state in x men no other character could occupy or will occupy. so he is obviously he is hyper violent but also hyper funny and that intersection i find very interesting. is he a guy that is metta. he will break the fourth
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wall. >> wait. particularly this day and age we li in a world of super heroes. everybody is talking like this and always the end of the world. dead pool doesn't care about t@ñt. >> i don't have time for your dead man poole. >> besides, nobody is getting hurt that guy was up there before we got here. >> this someone of those movies people are going to be quoting for a long time. so many great lines. >> early screening we greatest feedback i love the movie so much. it's that i have to watch it again because i missed some he can jokes laughing. >> one thing that never survives is a sense of humor. >> we will see about that posh spice. >> come on, leave me alone here with less angry rosie o'donnell? >> is this one of those movie characters you can see us playing over and over again? >> see playing for a decade. >> dead pool. well, if you can be any super hero character who would it somebody in dead pool, it's the greatest. but no one is dead pool more
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than him. yeah, this is certainly a world that i would love to exist in for a while because totally so different. it's dark, it's antihero. >> oh, god, you are hard to look at. you look like the topographical map of utah. >> exactly. ♪ ♪ i appreciate it. >> okay that will be 6.50. i'm serious. >> did you pay? >> well, dead pool everywhere this weekend, guys, as always. for all my celebrity interviews check in in the fox light.com. follow me on instagram fox light michael. >> but wear sunglasses. it could burn yourqi retinas. >> it's been known to. >> coming up, don't think donald trump can go all the our next guest says he is likely to go all the way with the help of one person as v.p. pick. you have might see president
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political ear in america right now and a the pulse of the american people he doesn't know anything about government. the best thing to do is to pick a competent governor as voice vp. one who can move to his positions that's john kasich. is he the logical choice. great governor, likeable guy. i think he would blend well with trump. >> peter it totally makes sense but do we have any evidence that in any provous election voters, a substantial number have said i'm not sold on the candidate but i love his running mate i will vote for him. >> great assistant to kennedy. great for help trump. not ordinary election governed by ordinary rules. two political parties have absolutely failed america and that's wife we have trump and sanders. they are looking for a new formula. >> when you take a look specifically at south carolina, the majority of the voters there, i think it's something8h like 73% make under $100,000 a year.
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those families. how significant will the economy and the state of the economy play into what happens in south carolina, specifically? >> well, in south carolina, it's not soon enough for the deteriorating economic environment to help. for example, sanders knock off clinton. however, the economy is not going well. it's likely to not be going welcome fall. and clinton is attaching herself to obama may not help member in south carolina but it's not going to help her with regard to trump. story about carrier air conditioner today repeats itself over and over again. this administration has driven jobs from america's shores and they need someone to hammer that and hammer that hard and that's trump. but they also have to have someone who is going to explain how trump is going to turn his proposals into tangible policy. and that's where kasich comes. in. >> peter, the "wall street journal" had a page one story yesterday that wrecked my breakfast and probably that of,1 a lot of other people headed into a
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recession if predicted. do you think that's true? >> i don't think anybody can call a turning point with that kind of certainty. the odds that economists are giving are 20% to 25%. i peg it more at '5%. the fed is pursuing reckless policies. it's rudderless. doesn't grarpt consequences of the strong dollar. and structural problems that obamacare and other heavy handed regulations have created there was no mention of the ladder in yellen's testimony. that's the reason europe doesn't grow and the more america becomes like france, the more we have france's unemployment problems. >> not good news for south carolina where their unemployment rate is above the national average already. >> thanks globalization. and thank you, peter. good to see you. >> take care. >> coming up, while you were sleeping, a brand new terror warning why world are bracing for the worst. >> it's t. is freezing now. no kidding. cold as it has been all year. what are the best gloves to wear if you want to use your iphones in cold
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out that really out of the hundreds upon hundreds of pairs of gloves that people are going after this winter. these are the winners. these make it to the top of the list. and 70 million people under a freeze warning throughout america this weekend, today alone, are those conductive gloves the white ones. >> no. >> so try it on the map, it doesn't work work, does it. >> no, it doesn't. >> try on. jump over to the next winners right here. these are right here these are really cool. these are the a gloves. polar sport gloves. now you are going to be spending considerably less about $20 for these. it is based off of a lot of customeró reviews that these are real winners. u.s. patent. >> thin but not big and bulky. >> there is a grip. >> material which the patent is all about all throughout the material. >> if you use the word polar here you get a discount. >> get 5 bucks off if you use the code polar. we will put that all on the
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website in 2 0 minutes. we have them all there if we take them out of the way and look at the next. these are amazing. these are moshi digits. $30. conductive fiber. designed so you don't lose your technology while you are holding it. it grips on. >> oh, okay. >> it's a very smart design. it gets really good reviews. microfleece lining inside. >> technology, wow. >> seems like maybe 20 or 30 degrees. going to be zero tomorrow. >> you want to put on a north face, right? north face thermal ball. 50 bucks. conductive fibers. fleece are are in the palms. you can probably feel the padding in the palms of those. those are going to be very, very warm. great taking taken out cold weather. working out, handling things. >> and then these. >> those are similar.
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just a little thinner, but also north face eat this-tip gloves. make sure if you are at the store try them on technology because chances? are you have your phone with you. don't try anything super, super expensive that you are going to use. >> i don't like gloves that are too bungly. if that's a word. glrm feel like you can can hold something and not on an artic expedition. >> streamlined. >> streamlined. use it on all my technology. this isfr a glove leave that i'm wearing. this is also ashton kutcher's favorite. he likes to give to people. what the real bonuses of this is not only are they extremely warm and a well designed. not only do they have conductive thread all through it really smart, they have a little -- their own logo turns to magnets to keep your gloves together.
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screen cleaner built. >> rei, outdoor outfitters. i think these are the ones you are wearing rei gloves. >> this is going to be doing sports. wonderful glove the grip glove about $30. really just great for tactile. >> grip on to something and use this. >> it's freezing out. kurt, great to see you this morning. >> so you you need your gloves. >> now we need ear muffs for crying outloud. do a segment on that. the v.a. claims it is trying to clean up its act. this morning a brand new investigation into another v.a. hospital. wait until you hear this one. >> this couple handcuffed themselves to each other for 24 hours to see if they were ready to get married. that was just one of the6 challenges. could you guys do that? i don't know. in the next hour they join us live. the ultimate test to see if you are really ready to walk down the aisle. stay with us ♪ i love you like a love
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ask your doctor about non-insulin victoza®. it's covered by most health plans. good morning to you, this saturday, february 13th. i'm heather childers in for this is a south carolina showdown, hours away from the candidates taking the debate stage and the g.o.p. frontrunner rallies the crowd. [chanting] trump launches a new threat against senator ted cruz. >> and then it's a television moment that has lit up social media canadian rocker comes on to american soil and says this. >> i just want to say election year in the u.s. the u.s. has a lot they can learn from canada. >> u.s. can learn a lot from
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canada. you won't believe what he says we can learn from canada and how espn reacted to it. stay tuned for that. >> could get behind the candidate as the election season is 60 days long. >> you know the saying the old ball and chain? this couple took it literally. handcuffing themselves to each other for 24 hours. why they say you should try it, too. no way. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ go, go big or go home ♪ go, go ♪ go big or go home >> it's almost spring. you wouldn't know it by our frozen fingers after that last segment. the bass pro shop is kicking off spring fishing classic. five time angler of the year gary parsons stops by with some of the best deals to kick off your spring. >> do some ice fishing out
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there today. >> you know what? it's such a good reminder it is going to be 14 degrees below zero in western maine tonight. i just checked but it won't always be 14 degrees below zero. spring is coming. meteorological spring is only two weeks away. >> two weeks away? >> that's right. march is 1st as rick reichmuth the most hopeful man in america. >> hard to believe. >> ground man said that always which i know isaq where you get all your weather. >> south carolina primary next saturday a week from today. outline for the race is going to be a lot clearer when that takes place. first, there is a campaign in progress and it's getting pretty intense. here is part of it? >> the three front running candidates, at least coming out of iowa. we have an entertainer, a guy who is a reality tv star, who has been successful in his own life, but he also pushes people down to make himself look better. >> jeb, oh. [crowd boos] >> jeb.
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he's asleep. he's asleep at the wheel, folks. then you have others, you have cruz, find out where he gets his money. >> there is a more than a little irony in accusing anyone of being nasty. given the amazing torrent of insults and on obscenities and vulgarity. >> i oppose common core. when i am president we are getting it out of your schools. >> build that wall. build that wall. build that wall. >> the gloves are off. and you can taste -- you can taste the back and forth there in south carolina. of course, the big debate and here is how the polls stack up at this hour with donald trump coming off of that huge victory in new hampshire basically running the table in new hampshire. he is at '4% right now. ted cruz at 15%. and sort of vying for that second place spot right now, kasich, and rubio and ted cruz. >> you know what's so interesting you see trump build that wall. a year ago anyone who said
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that would be written off as a crackpot. trump has said it without apology. i'm convinced no matter who gets elected i don't know if we are going to build the wall. it's no longer a fringe position. this campaign has changed the baseline of american politics. >> i was in south carolina right after he made those comments, and overwhelmingly, i'm telling you, everywhere i went and these were completely different groups of people, overwhelmingly supported him. >> what's the argument against it? it's mean or something? i don't know. >> we have half of a wallí& already. in new hampshire he won in the anti-immigrant headquarters and pro-immigration in new hampshire. ran both sides of it. meanwhile, he is now having to fire back at some negative ads that are popping up against donald trump. you saw that criticism of him there in that speech making fun of jeb bush saying he is asleep at the wheel. he has no energy. >> he has an answer for that, right? >> jeb bush's super pac come out with an ad showing he is the only one going to stand up to donald trump. watch this one. >> while some candidates
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suck up to trump or run away from him in fear, jeb bush isn't afraid. >> that is down right wrong. >> he stands up to trump for his liberal democratic positions, calls out trump for insulting women. attacking the disabled, even trashing a decorated war hero. >> i like people that weren't captured. >> john mccain is an american hero. jeb bush the better man, the real conservative. a commander in chief.ci >> so they got that moment in the debate when trump and carson were standing and jeb just taps him on the shoulder and walks out. i think it's a good ad. will it work. bush campaign spent $1,400 for each vote they got in new hampshire. against rubio, too. rubio is the robot there. >> do these ads work? do they move voters? i'm wondering if they do? >> we have been hearing rumblings about jeb bush's ground game in south carolina that he has built a large operation there. is he bringing hillser were out george w. bush will campaign on his behalf in south carolina. interesting to see if that moves the needle at all.
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he is hugely popular george w. bush is is 84% of south carolinians love george w. bush. as popular as nikki haley down there. can it help him? >> one of the ways it may help him. we were referencing the unemployment rate 5.5%. maybe that is why trump's popularity is up. this video specifically showing 1400 employees losing their jobs to mexico. >> became c8ear that the best way to stay competitive and to protect the business for long term is to move production from our facilityóñ in indianapolis to monterrey, mexico. [crowd booing] bleep. >> this is really what this is all about. how can people support candidates like this? it's about the moment. it's about the economy. it's about moments like this. i'm not attacking the
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carrier airconditioning company in indianapolis. they probably have to dis or tho out of business. >> right. >> for all the glib analysts who say you can't stop globalization and you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet you will enjoy your new job at a wal-mart. waited a second. i'm getting hurt in this. you are getting rich, i'm getting hurt. i'm not taking sides in the debate but you can understand why they are angry. definitely understand it? >> donald trump has been hitting the drum about losing our jobs to mexico and china and here you have a perfect example of what is happening in indianapolis at the carrier airconditioning plant. i talk to contractors there they don't use the carrier air conditionerscch!ecause they are way more expensive. hear what he is saying in video can't compete with other airconditioning companies because those jobs moved overseas. >> it wasn't inevitable. i don't think you can stop globalization. i honestly don't think you can it is the result of conscious decisions that the congress made by the way and there are a lot of winners, but awful lot of losers too. we should be honest about it. >> things like obamacare
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that does not help when business owners have to spend more money in order to keep the employees that they have. people want to be able to raise their families. they want to be able to have a job and have a promise of a better future. >> the company says we will help you transition to another job. that's what carrier is saying. >> by the way to lecture of the employees be quiet this is really important, i'm sorry, we are firing you? >> keep your voice down. >> my favorite. >> and trump supporters are not keeping their voices down. that's one thing we do know. we will take a look at other headlines for you at this hour though. an explosive discovery at texas middle school. to potentially explosive devices found in an eighth school southwest of austin. anonymous tipster alerted of the district and the school was evacuated. the student was arrested. the principal says she saw the student holding what looked like a prescription bottle and a pvc pipe wrapped in duct tape. police still not clear if they were actual bombs. and a brand new terror
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warning overnight. france's prime minister says there will be more, quote, major attaches in the near2 future. that's concerning. france declared war on terror after 1 '0 people were killed in the november paris attacks. french officials say that the threat is long term and the world has, quote: entered a new era in the war against terror. the u.s. set to sign a major deal with cuba this week under that plan commercial flights between the two countries could start' up again for the first time in five decades. while state your name still illegal. day-to-day restrictions. part of president obama's attempt to normalize ties with cuba before he leaves office. is he expect to do visit at the end of march. and stick to sports, eh, that was awful. a canadian singer getting a shutdown on espn for plugging politics. >> i just want to say as an election year in the u.s., >> the u.s. has a lot to learn from canada.
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healthcare, taking care of people. >> we are talking about celebrity stuff. not politics. congratulations on your mvp. >> wynn butler the front man forzy the band fire, talking universal healthcare receiving mvp award. reporter doing a good job enforcing espn's no politics policy. and those are a look at your headline. >> i was in toronto, recently the number of sort of self-righteous lectures i got from people. every time didn't you just have that mayor of toronto? don't lecture me. >> they do have one thing going for them rick up there. their election is 60 days. you blink and it's over. >> you can imagine. >> elect a crack head mayor and move on. >> >> certainly maybe somewhere in the middle. take a look at this. talk about the cold almost always if you have a really cold air mass in one part of the country, you have the really warm air mass in another. can you see the divide there. today we are going to be well above average out across the west in really below average all across
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much of the east. tonight into tomorrow morning get ready look at all these cities that i think are going to be breaking records or right around at boston, providence, new york, pittsburgh, and every one of the small towns in between likely going to be seeing your record cold temperatures tonight. it is 2 degrees in fair banks, alaska. 3 degrees in chicago. and this is that cold air mass that's going to continue to dive down across parts of the south throughout the day today. much of florida doesn't really get in on this, especially south florida, good news. it's going to be really cold and really windy. because of that wind chills tonight dropping as much as minus 35. actual air temperatures across interior sections especially with some elevation likely may be up to# around minus 20. a really really cold night, guys, in store. talk about how it's cold and make jokes about it but also really a dangerous situation for a lot of people. >> this is really cold. >> really cold. >> minus 35? >> one of those times you have to take care of your pets and take care of the elderly, people who don't have a lot of money. >> yes. >> and don't turn on their heat or maybe the heat is
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broken and haven't been able to pay for it watch out for your neighbors. >> valentine's day nine months see valentine's babies. hey. what else are you going to do? stay inside, right? what are you getting your valentine? we asked you on the show this morning. 13% of you said you are going to be picking up flowers for your love on this valentine's day. >> 16% candy. then there is jewelry. and 65% nothing. >> ladies and gentlemen, the winning category 65% nothing at all. >> jay wrote us this morning my wife and i decided years ago to not celebrate v-day. we don't2ç need a holiday to show. >> we definitely need a holiday to show our love. >> i like your idea. i think i will make my man a bacon bouquet. >> if you do that for real, you will have the happiest husband in america. >> if you do the bacon bouquet please send us photos today and we will show them on "fox & friends" tomorrow morning. >> a challenge for you. bernie sanders and hillary
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clinton battling over the african-american vote in south carolina. >> in our economy, a whole lot of those poor people are african-american. >> we are seeing the dark side of the remaining+y systemic racism that we have to root out. >> another lecture from hillary clinton. has obama done much for that community? we have details. >> and if you do zero work, you get zero credit, right? not so much in one school system. that's apparently too harsh. the new grading policy that you will not believe ♪ get funky ♪ how barzee how bizarre. how bizarre ♪ oh, baby ♪ it's making me crazy ♪ it's making me crazy
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hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a battle for black voters. they each pulled the race card in the democratic debate on thursday night. here is part of what they said. >> there are other racial discrepancies really i systemic racism in this state as in others in education, in employment. >> the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer and sadly in america today, in our economy, a whole lot of those poor people are african-american. >> we are seeing the dark side of the remaining systemic racism that we have to root out in our society. >> so hillary making the case that she deserves, she's entitled to the support of black voters, is she?
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should give republicans a closer look. she is the founder and president center of urban renewal and education. she joins us this morning. star, it's great to he see you this morning. >> wonderful, thank you. >> hillary clinton is making the case that she will basically provide a third term of barack obama and this will be good for black let's take a look at some numbers you are familiar with you about i think a lot of our viewers may not be. this is black poverty in america. in 2009 essentially 26%. five years later it was at 27%. that's according to pew. the net worth of black americans under obama 2010. it was 16600. three years later it was 11,000. that's a success? it doesn't look like a success. >> it's not a success at all. this is pathetic. and when you start thinking about it's black history month. blacks have been saying every black history month we shall overcome. when are they going to overcome this political rhetoric. this political pandering from left wing liberals who are trying it outdo each![ other with handouts.
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this is just insulting. >> well, i have got to say. it is totally patronizing at the very least. hillary campaign's view of this we know all the key black pastors in south carolina and get their vote. as if they can't think for themselves or female voters can't think for themselves is. >> the blacks have become so accustomed to these handouts when you think about the last 50 years of social engineering. liberals have collapsed their family lives and then they have hired all of the blacks that wanted and willing to work for government. 25% of african-americans who are on government and then you have 23% that work for government. there is a dilemma. for african-americans to move away interest that social welfare state. >> i'm hardly endorsing bernie sanders but i'm so struck how much less patronizing message is. i went to sanders' rally the other day they tell you it's 5%, actually it's 10%. they tell youáobamacare
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fixed all the problems? you are paying higher premiums. that is the truth. is he going to be rewarded for that in south carolina? >> he might. if they do not connect, tucker. the reasonable their communities are in despair is not because of racism but because of socialism. this message we will take carol of you resonates when your family life is collapsed. when we look at the damage that has happened as a result of the war on poverty, black family life is in trouble. so i don't know. we will see. >> 50 years of programs hasn't helped much. >> not at all. >> thanks for telling the truth. i'm sure you will get slammed for it but we appreciate it good to he so you this morning. >> happy valentine's day. >> happy valentine's day. the v.a. claims it's trying to clean up its act. this morning, there is a brand new investigation into yet another v.a. hospital. it's sad, it's depressing, but you have got to hear it this couple handcuffed themselves to one another for 24 hours to see if they were ready to get married that was one of their challenges. up next join us live with the ultimate test to see if you are ready to tie the
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apple users who tried to set this date on their phone somehow gets bringed and won't reboot properly. why would you want to set your phone to 1970? it is 2016i after all. i blame you. finally 900, that's how many carnations a utah high school bought, one for every girl at his high school. hayden godfrey said he wanted to make sure as many people as possible were happy this valentine's day. >> that's pretty nice. >> 900. >> how do you know if you are(m ready for marriage? one young couple wanted it find that out. so they created had 0 challenges to put their relationship to the test. >> for a month we traded credit cards so we can only buy things with the other person's money. >> going on a lunch date with our ex's. >> many of the things that ultimately break up marriages are really hard to practice for until you are actually married. [screams] >> how will we raise kids together? what would it be like if we
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combine our finances. >> no money. >> oh, oh. >> a little bit of money thrgets is our chance to simulate some of those challenges that we know we will face if we merry each other. >> and it worked. joining us now husband and wife silvabraga authors of the marriage test. most people me included marry someone attractive and hope for the best. >> good place to start. >> what is the÷ toughest of the tests you administered on your relationship. >> a lot of them were hard. >> a lot of them were really hard. we did two dates would we be as parents? >> >> so you borrowed kids. >> we borrowed a baby. one of my friends said we would be happy for you to take our 9 month old. spent a week where we didn't sleep. set alarm to go off every three hours pretend we had a newborn. these were very, very hard.
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we have a ton of respect for parents now. especially sleepless ones. i learned that brook would be a great dad and he wanted kids. >> how about the credit card one? i think that would be a good test. >> switched credit cards for a month buy things only with the other person's money. for me at first it was emotional. i was surprised how weird it was to spend somebody's else money poker night i lost 40 bucks if i'm married do i not get to play poker? >> what about the ex's? you actually went out to lunch with the ex's in the other relationships? >> we did. that one was awful for me. first we go out with jill's exand spends the whole lunch how he has never met a better woman. slip her a note. we go out with my ex, and she spent 90 minutes detailing how her husband is better than me. >> he is not that bad. >> the point of that. >> that's unbelievable. >> learn more about the person and the background. >> exactly. you want to know hey are
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there patterns? >> wait a second. should you know? if you are going sky diving count to know the risks of dying? no. >> that was another date we went sky diving. [ laughter ] >> sky over a whole lot quicker than a marriage. >> i don't know it sure seemed like a long time. for that one it was basically saying, listen, if we are going to marry each other we want a partner who is going to test things, things we might be scared of. he said is you are jumping out of a plane and i like froze and shivered and i made him go scuba diving which is a passion of mine. >> you really want to know. ignorance has worked for me. you want as much marriage as you. >> britney spears had a marriage that went faster than a sky diving thing. wearing handcuffs. was it 24 hours? >> 24 hours. >> it was the last day. >> cuffed together for 24 hours. it was likes a rough as you think it would be. >> what was the hardest thing? >> about being handcuffed? >> what do you think. >> the most dangerous is ck coulding.
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>> you said it, heather. >> i had some head phones. >> most couples aren't going to do all these crazy dates. we do hope that people would at least think a bit]l how they make the super important decision. wherever you are in life, it's always a good point to work on relationship. >> we show the video of you have walking through the store did. they think you were or on the run. >> no one talked to us but we just got looks. >> you got married in the end which is the best thing. so great to see you. i'm going to read your book. >> good idea. >> try some of the dates. >> i'm going to. >> do you want to borrow some of my kids for a weekend. >> we have already done that one. >> a and 3. >> give us the weekend off. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> coming up next can, a fox news alert, a man walks into a restaurant in ohio and starts stabbing random customers with a machete. was it a terror attack? we will tell you what the fbi is saying this morning. that's coming up. >> plus, so long winter. wouldn't that be nice? we are skipping right ahead
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suburban restaurant. they believe it could be terrorism. the alleged attacker a lone wolf. >> garrett tenney has the details on this story out of ohio. >> good morning, y'all. law enforcement officials close to the investigation tell fox news that so far the fbi has not found any evidence suggesting that the attack was directed by isis or any other terrorist group, but they are investigating this incident as a potential lone wolf as a potential lone wolf attac9.@q! attack. 30-year-old mohammed barry and searching for possible connections to terrorism. specifically we are told investigators are looking into the possibility that barry was simply inspired by terrorist propaganda online and looking at his browsing history and digital footprints as a whole for evidence of that as well as if he has had any communication as a affiliate. our fox affiliate in ohio is reporting that law enforcement sources have indicated barry was on an fbi data base of people potentially relate to do
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terrorism. we're also learning more of the the attack thursday night at a popular mediterranean restaurant near columbus. the owner of the nazareth, who is israeli, says barry came into the shop that evening, asked about where the owner was from, and then left before coming back half an hour later with a machete and knife and began slashing people people inside. take a listen to this 911 call: ée the opener says one of the customers and employees there fought back and ran barry off. he car chase and shot when
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he lunged at police. four were taken to the hospital and as of last night one of them remains in critical but stable condition. back to y'all. >> thanks a lot, garrett. what a sad story. machete control? >> yeah, right. >> horrible 911 tapes. >> now you to other headlines that we are following for you. more trouble for the v.a. fox news has learned a formal probe has been launched into allegations of misconduct at the cincinnati v.a. calls were not met with answers as to what thepb department is specifically targeting. we can report that the investigation focuses on, quote: misconduct that adversely effects the care of veterans. not real specific. more special tests for the dangerous zika virus may be available within a few weeks. the speed would speed up research about the mosquito born virus and help diagnose and track it zika has been found in 20 u.s. states and washington, d.c. with all cases contracted outside the u.s. and nearly three dozen
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countries have been infected. a vaccine may not be available for at least one year. and they can cheat, they can plagiarize and still get grade. a greenville, south carolina school district is starting a no zero policy. and that means instead of zeros on assignment, middle schoolers who fail to turn in work at all will get a 61%. that is still a failing grade but the district says it will help motivate kids rather than discourage them. however, not all parents agree. so you don't evenwr need to try, do anything at all and you get a 61%. >> i go ahead get behind that. rick reichmuth is tracking our brutally cold valentine's day weather and what it means for millions of us. good morning, rick. >> yeah, a lot of people. obviously big population zone impacted by this and that's why we talk about it so much. take a look at the maps and show you what i'm talking about. very cold obviously when you go to the north and into northern canada. those are your current wind chills. but nine news 24 right now up in baker lake and get
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ready because that cold air is going to settings way down across much of the eastern seaboard and in across parts of the great lakes today and tonight. take a look at this picture that we have coming out of maine. it is going to be cold there in valentine's day fashion. here you go, a little heart freezing on somebody's wind chill looking very, very nice. get ready for more images like that. going to be cold throughout the day today and tonight breaking all kinds of records for cold temperatures across much of the northeast and great lakes. it's the time to stay inside. hard to imagine that it is potentially about to be spring. we are two week~ away. >> two weeks away from meteorological spring. i told my wife that. she said is rick telling that you? >> it is true. props kicking -- bass pro shops kick canning off spring fishing classic. >> for more on that from the natural fresh water fishing hall of fame angler gary parsons is here with bass pro shops joining us. welcome. good morning. >> good morning, guys. >> you need some gloves.
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>> well, you know, it's been a long, cold winter. i have a little bit of cabin fever. taking the gloves off and getting red to go fishing. >> hard to operate a bait caster with the gloves. >> this is one of the johnny moore signature series and reels. >> you have a deal with the spring fishing classic comes out every year. you have a trade-in, right? >> the spring fishing classic is going on now all the way through february 21st. it's like the greatest show on earth. there is crazy good deals in this sale during the course of the year. fishinga5 seminars. rod and reel trade-ins. a lot of fun for the family. it's a place to be. >> so if you have got a rod and reel and one tangled up in there and cast out about 10 feet which a lot of people have. you can bring that in and trade it in. >> it's a really cool thing. during this week. if you you have an old rod and reel lick you said, bring it in and get up÷ to $100 off on a new reel. if you want to trade in a
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rod. you can get another $100 off on a new rod. it's a crazy deal. but it's awesome. and fly rods this year are included in that deal. >> are they really? >> they really are. >> goofed news f"? this one. >> you like fly rod. >> what's a bassmaster university, a lot of the stores will bring in pros during the course of the spring classic. and they will give seminars. for instance, i'm going to be in gurney illinois next weekend talking about walleye fishing. they also have a really nice workshop on february 20th for women. what does that cost what you are holding right here. >> we will get into that. let's say, for instance, you want to trade in your old rod and reel, you can come in, this is actually brand new johnny morris signature series tie taken numb caster. brand new reel. highest speed retrieve in the industry. got a continuous reverse. when you stop, it locks into
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place. super -- system up to 19 pounds max. if you trade in an old reel you can get this reel for $114.99. >> total? >> for the reel, it's awesome. >> and then the rod? >> you have you have got to hava good rod, right? this is a john any morris signature series rod, it's a perfect match for. this if you trade in your rod, you can actually get this for $104.97. so, you know, this rig would normally be in the $500 range, anything comparable to it. it's an incredible. >> if you get out there and don't fish, don't fear, you don't have to go this nice. can you get a great rod and reel for a lot less thanhñ that. >> you should learn to fish. it's good for you and you can do that at bass master's university. >> are you you from wisconsin. >> yes i am from wisconsin. you could tell. >> maybe the greatest state in the union. >> go pac. >>' come back with gary later in the show. back to you. >> rick also know for speed
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welcome back. we are only one week away from another primary in south carolina. all important primary in south carolina. front liner feud. donald trump threatening to it sue ted cruz over citizenship stalls. the threat coming as cruz piles on aa tack ads. we are seeing some for jeb.
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before we can look ahead. look back at past elections and polling trends. kyle is the uva center for politics and managing editor of sab toes crystal ball newsletter. also the they're of the new book the bellwether why ohio picks the preshu will be out later this year. kyle, nice to see you this morning. welcome to the show. >> thanks for having me. >> let's go back to 2000 2008. seven days to go, mike huckabee coming off that victory in iowa. how similar -- you know, what do you make of what happened in 2000 2008 to what we are seeing today? >> fairly similar in that had you mike huckabee kind of like ted cruz winning iowa and john mccain winning new hampshire in 2008. trump and mccain aren't all that sim already but they both won new hampshire. what happened in 2008 is that huckabee was leading in south carolina about a week before and then mccain kind of surged into the lead in south carolina and then he ended up winning a lot of
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close contests including florida put the race with him pretty quickly. >> and then on the -- go ahead. on the democratic side then senator obama winning iowa and clinton winning new hampshire. >> so what happened in 2008 was that obama took a lead in south carolina in mid december and never looked back. african-american voters who were kind of skeptical of obama throughout 2007 moved to him by the end of the year and stuck with him hillary clinton is hoping to have the support of african-american voters this time. we will see he if sanders can cut into that at all. >> we saw a lot of last minute movement in new hampshire. are we going to see the same thing like we saw in 2012 in south carolina? because here is where romney was 27%, newt gingrich wasí& at 22%. and then during that last debate right before the primary newt gingrich was asked a question about his ex-wife and fired back at
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the media and this happened. watch. >> take an ex-wife and make it two days beforehi the primary a significant question in a presidential campaign is as close to despicable as anything i can imagine. [cheers and applause] >> and then we saw that huge graph we saw spike for newt gingrich right after that moment. look at that huge spike because of that comment and the attack on the media so did south carolina voters wait until the last minute? >> yeah. they absolutely did. and here's the thing is that trump has led 19 of the last 20 polls in south carolina. and we don't have a debate, you know, right on the eve of south carolina. tonight's the last one. it does show he if someone has a big night tonight, that they can maybe storm back and take the lead because these polls move around quite a bit. i would think that the polls will tell us who the winner is probably going to be, you know, a day or two before. but maybe not necessarily now. >> a lot of attack ads
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coming of a donald trump in this last week here from both cruz, jeb bush and others. will that amount to much to moving the needle against him, do you think? >> certainly could. i think trump has been fortunate in that he has been the clear frontrunner for months. yet, the other candidates are squabbling amongst themselves. i think the other candidates are realizing we have got to stop trump now or he may just waltz to the nomination. >> yeah. run the table. clawing after that second and third spot right now. kyle, great to see you this, no, thanks so much. >> thank you. >> interesting to look back at all of that. hard to believe that was a few years ago. coming up, they had only seconds to react after a mother and baby crash into a river, sinking under water. we will see the amazing rescue caught on camera straight ahead. and after 70 years the purple heart earned by grandfather finally found its way home. the grangsd children of this world war ii hero is going to join us live with a piece of their family they didn't even know they had. in decades,
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record this. voila. remotes, come out from the cushions, you are back. the x1 voice remote is here. welcome back to "fox & friends." we love our veterans here. [vur+qq% jean victor call. he was killed in germany during world war ii and posthumously received a purr heart. 70 years later that medal brought together middle family members that never met him thank to purple hearts reunited with more on the emotional reunion is mark and vicki greco grandson and granddaughter and the founder of purple hearts reyiewble nighted zachariah explain what it is
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your organization does. renoon night family reunite family members. >> we find lost medals of valor and attempt to return them either to the veterans or to their families. believe it or not, we receive three to five medals a week and we currently have over had hundred medals we are attempting to return to these families. specifically mark, i start with you. what did it receive to receive this metal? >> we knew we had grandfather that was killed in world war ii. and that was about the extent. it brought a lot of knowledge of who the man was and connections back to our east coast family. >> vicki, how did they manage to track you down to begin with? i know you said something about facebook? >> yeah. social media. >> through ancestor.com, a couple pages on there, but not complete. they found out that my dad
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had four children. so through socialú my coin ellen in vermont called me two weeks ago on the phone in the morning saying that he was my cousin and they were looking for the blood line of my grandfather. >> so what did you know about -- what did you know about your grandfather before all this transpired? >> nothing. >> nothing at all. of them until 2004 after my father died. talking to al lep hearing their story first reaction hearing the news he was killed in the war. stories about him on a motorcycle with a side car and giving cousins rides. it made him human to us. they remind dollars us of our history. >> and, mark, the ceremony itself is, you said, was emotional for you? >> oh, yes, yes. just seeing all the personal items and stuff, yes.
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brought back just a flood of emotions that had been -- it was just a big gap missing from a side of our life. >> he is a hero. >> brought back all of a sudden. >> we are showing some of that the ceremony there. zachariah how does your organization do this? how are you ablen to put these families together? what is the cost to you? >> yeah. through the names engraved on the backs. typically these are posthumous medals. soldier killed in combat. research not only their service but their family history and we don't stop until we find a descendent. it's getting pretty overwhelming for us at this point, the number of medals that are coming. in we'll could really use americans' help to help fund this organization. >> well, thank you all so much for sharing your story today and great work that your organization is doing zachariah. and anyone at home that would like to donate, can you text phr to 41444 or visit purple hearts
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paragraph good morning to you, it is saturday february sp th. i'm heather childers in for anna kooiman. the frontrunner gets all fired up. >> build that wall, build that wall. >> and this morning, a brand new threat from trump to take ted cruz to court. >> meanwhile as trump focuses on cruz, cruz hammers away at hillary in a new ad. here is part of it. watch this ♪ feel good to be ♪ a server full of secrets >> that's what it means to wipe the server apparently. should clinton be more worried about bernie sanders, the brand new polls from the state she banking
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take to you south carolina now. that's the next primary on the list. and it may be the most significant one of all. we have the very latest polls from that state. it's a week from today, saturday, next week. these six republicans will be facing off inv;q lead by a massive margin is donald trump. he is at 35%. ted cruz at 16%. bush 13%. rubio 13%. kasich 9%. >> so donald trump feeling it from all sides. but he is not sitting back and letting all of his opponents attack him. is he going after ted cruz and threatening to take him to court over being born in canada. he said this in a tweet. if ted cruz doesn't clean up his act, stop cheating and doing negative ads, i have standing to sue him for not being a natural born citizen. that's something, of course, he said -- i mentioned that during the debate of course a few months ago. you have got to look out because that's something that democrats could do. >> use it down the road. of course, cruz has a comment in return. >> well, i will say there is
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more than a little irony in donald accusing anyone of being; nasty. given amazing torrent of insults and vulgarity that come out of his mouth. on any given day, i have to admit it's amusing. a couple months ago donald said i was his friend. he liked me. i was terrific. when you are being attacked by donald, it is always colorful. i will give him this, he is not boring. >> it wasn't just trump who was saying cruz was great. cruz was saying trump was great. i think this relationship may be on the rocks. >> bromance? >> the bromance may be over. ted cruz, by the way, probably running the most sophisticated advertising campaign i have seen not just in his ads on the internet and on television but in his email pitches. he has raised a lot of money on these pitches really clever. >> the debate has not happened yet. it happens tonight. as we know anything could happen. things could change drastically. do you think that's an indication that cruz and trump are really going to go at each other? >> take a look at this ad.
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because it seems like while he is being attacked he is putting the focus back on hillary clinton, so he is saying wait a minute, donald, you attack me. i'm going to go after hillary clinton right now because that's what people are going to be interested on the republican side. here is an aad ted cruz. fan of the office space. smashing the printer and angry about the printer in the office. this is hillary clinton attacking this server. watch ♪ damn it feels good to be a clinton ♪ always plays the cards right submit to let dogs in the press keep them out of sight ♪ because thekn1%9q=9 never needs to explain why it is what they have done or with who ♪ a real clinton knows that they are intoiddled ♪ and you don't get to know what they do ♪ what difference does it make? ♪ for clinton, what motive -- ♪ clinton plays the victim for promotion ♪ a clinton kills it off with a smile. >> hillary said do you wipe
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a server with a cloth? no, you use a baseball bat and you are fit. >> most effective way. by the way. it doesn't work. the fbi has those emails. >> right. it's crazy because anything can happen tonight. so next week we will see jeb bush bringing his brother out, george w. bush campaigning on his behalf. you have marco rubio coming off terrible debate performance last time and saying that he takes all the blame for it can he rebound from that? it will be interesting to watch rubio. is he not like rick per arey of texas who had that blunder. he was not a good communicator. marco rubio is a good communicator. can he bounce back from that tonight? >> he doesn't have chris christie. >> exactly. great point. chris christie is not on the stage who can go after him. john kasich coming off a nice, impressive second plates finish in new hampshire coming to south carolina are all his eggs in one basket in new hampshire? so much to watch. >> i'm going to watch. meanwhile on the democratic side, really a near collapse for the hillary clinton campaign. calling o5xx hillary as weak
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and ineffective saying what nobody had said before. and the numbers are starting to back it it up. they believe they were going crush the nevada caucuses, which are coming up. here are the numbers. they have moved dramatically. you are seeing a ted tie. clinton 45, sanders 45. this is not what they expected at all. >> not at all for the clinton campaign. it will be interesting to see how they respond to that. >> bernie sanders has been running this narrative. at every turn at every debate, hillary clinton is having to respond to bernie sanders narrative. he has been controlling the entire. >> he is totally in charge. by the way, they have been saying, the hillary people if you talk to them in the last year, bernie sanders is a boutique. man buns and face piercings, all the pot smokes like him. is he going to collapse. black and hispanic voters, union members are never going to vote for him. really? look what's going on in nevada. >> across the board in new hampshire. he won the women vote. he won the young vote. >> i live in new jersey, pretty liberal state. you drive down the street
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and see bernie signs all over the place. i only saw one hillary sign. >> do you know a person who is not.÷ standing to materially benefit from her election who is thrilled about hillary clinton's presidencies? >> on either side either republicans or democrats, it's the candidate who is speaking out against the establishment or the perceived installment that is in the lead. >> exactly. >> more on that coming up later in the show. first some headlines. >> headlines for you right now. we begin with a fox news alert. terror in ohio. the fbi now investigating a bloody machete attack inside a packed suburban restaurant as terrorism, the aalleged attacker, a possible lone wolf, he has just been identified as 30-year-old mohammed barry, a muslim refugee well known to the fbi, apparently. the terrifying 911 calls just released. listen. >> how many people were stabbed? >> there is like five people. known knows who he is. he just came in and started stabbing people. oh my god, oh my god. please, please. we need an ambulance here now. >> he has come back? >> oh my god.
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we need an ambulance here now. now. >> they have got five victims. >> we need an ambulance. >> soht terrifying. five victims you heard him say. four people were hurt. one critically. barry was killed in a shootout with police. and a commercial test for the dangerous zika virus. it may be available within a few weeks. the test would speed up research about the mosquito born virus and help diagnose and track it zika has been found in 20 u.s. states and washington, d.c. with all those cases contracted outside the u.s. near three dozen countries have been infected. a vaccine may not be available for at least one year though. and a mother and her baby rescued from frozen waters after their car plunges into an a icy canal in amsterdam. four heroic bystanders took off their coats. they jumped into these frigid waters to save them. the strangers using a hammer and rocks to smash the windows of that car while it set submerged and all their
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hard work, it did pay off. they rescued the mom and baby, swimming them to safety. look at that and both are doing fine. and finally pope francis getting a change of hat while on board his flight from rome to havana. a mexico journalist gave the pontiff a traditional sombrero. the hat features the coat of arms and image of"v the vir i didn't know mary seen in mexico city. pope francis is now in mexico for a week long trip and those are a look at your headlines, so i wonder is it as cold in mexico as it is here? i have a feeling not. >> rick knows. is it? >> no. not at all a. >> not at all. >> let's go there. >> never that cold in mexico as it is here. certainly not the case. in fact, all the cold air is really bottled up across the eastern part of the country. eastern part of canada as well with. western canada really warm. if you had this kind of cold air one spot kind of the continent, the other side is generally warm. that's what's going on. you see the cold air has settled down across parts of
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the mid-atlantic, in toward tennessee valley, even. much of florida looking good tonight. the front goes through a little bit and cools you down. it's not going to be frigid. very windy as well. wind chills are going to be very dangerous thought throughout the day today. here is what it looks like across the northern plains. actual air temperatures. factor in really cold. much of the great lakes in the northeast. watch what happens throughout the day today. wind picks up. temperatures throughout the day are going to be feeling well below zero pretty much for everybody. by the time?á you wake up tomorrow morning, it's going to be incredibly cold. along with this another system coming. in by the time we get to tomorrow, we start to see some snow falling across the tennessee valley and maybe a little bit of icing for sunday into monday across parts of years of the carolinas. watch rain move in. watch this warm up a lot, guys. by tuesday, a lot of us back into the 40's and 50's. it's a very, very quick shot of cold air. dangerous one but short. that's kind of the welcome news. >> thanks, rick. >> thanks, rick, coming up
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a fox news alert this morning. terror in ohio. apparently where an armed man, a muslim immigrant with a machete entered a columbus restaurant and attacks people as they ate dinner. the restaurant is owned boy a christian arab from israel. the man behind the violence a refugee from syria settled in ohio. should it serve as a warning as we consider our refugee policies here in the united states? that and other questions are on the table. fox news contributor julian julian president bush is current president barack obama. good to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> how do we assess this and how are law enforcement agencies assessing this attack? >> it's too early now today determine whether it was a lone wolf terrorist attack or whether this was just another not politically motivated, you know, crazy person perpetrating an attack. what's interesting to notice is that the fbi has taken over the investigation at this point. and that leads myself and
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others to believe that there are at least harboring suspicions now that this may have connections to terrorism. >> what's so frustrating for, i think, a lot of americans and one of the reasons some of these insurgent candidacies are doing pretty well is the establishment in washington tells us we have to resettle refugees because we are bad people if we don't and never answers the question what do ordinary people get out of this? why does it help us? >> i don't think we are bad people if we don't. i'm actually on board with the edministration's policy of continuing to accept syrian refugees and refugees from all across the middle east because i think that it's what we have historically -- put it this way. we have never historically excluded people from entering this country based solely on theirqdreligion. and that's what some of these g.o.p. candidates are calling for. and i think that it's unamerican. if you look back at the trajectory we have taken over the last past couple hundred of years. it's been toward inclusion rather than exclusion. we shouldn't let the terrorists change that about us. >> untrue. 1965 immigration pretty much
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to european immigrants. >> all right so maybe not over the last 200 years. in modern times. last 50 years. >> what do you make of the republican field on foreign policy. it's been a component of their campaigns, maybe not the central issue but how should voters assess who is ready to take over the responsibility of commander and chief? >> my take is to be very candid. none of these candidates on the g.o.p. side are really qualified, have serious credentials on foreign policy, national security, so we are force to do choose from a below average bunch in this election cycle. that said, i think that there is a few candidates who have proven the ability to be pragmatic, to approach foreign policy from a position that's somewhat objective. they have shown willingness to listen to military advisors and i think that's what we're going to have to really take into consideration. >> so let's put your yadz up on the screen.
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different would their administrations be from the george w. bush administration, from the barack obama administration in their posture toward the rest are of the world? >> well, some of them we don't really know, right? >> right. >> so i gave rubio the top grade because i believe he issue-by-issue understanding of the situation we face in the world at large, but he has also provided the american people with sort of strategic vision for the direction. >> he seems to take it seriously. >> he takes it seriously as does kasich. i brought kasich, you know, kind of in as number two because he has demonstrated a pragmatic aapproach. he has north really articulated a vision. i think you really want both things when it comes to voting for a commander and chief's foreign policy and approach to national defense. >> do you think that these three candidates or any of the candidates have learned hard and lasting lessons from the foreign policy of the last 15 years? >> well, one thing about jeb bush, when prodded about the iraq war and his brother's administration's is that he
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is has actually shown the capacity to be reflective, to it approach the issues objectively and i admire that i have to say it's very difficult for him to talked about iraq war because of the family connection. >> yes, it is i'm not toe to toe with him on the issues but i like his approach. >> anybody who canu reflective and learn from mistakes gets my support. great quality. great to see you this morning. >> thanks. >> >> coming up, a young boy skiing falls into a tree well and gets buried alive. watch this. >> ethan. [screams] >> his father saved his life. and finding yourself single this valentine's day? don't fret, make a change. the homes you are sure to fall in love with in the best markets for bachelor's andachelorettes. that's coming up next. ♪ momma saidome is where
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welcome back to "fox & friends." 3 minutes now past the hour. quick headlines for you. a father and son's brush with death caught on camera. watch as the duo runs into a dangerous situation while skiing in idaho. >> it's okay. it's okay. [screams] >> here we go. here would -- weqr go. i got you. >> the boy jumped and then landed in a hole at the base of the tree only to be covered by snow. he shrieks in terror as his dad calmly pulls him out. both are doing okay this morning. a california officer assigned to president obama's motorcade crashes on
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the freeway. this all happened while escorting the president to the airport. watch this. look at this camera video through west los angeles. the officer though is okay. heather? thank you very much, clayton. home is where the heart is is since it's valentine's day weekend realtor.com is here are to show some affordable listings you are sure to fall in love with anthony moore joins us with listings for best market for families, young couples and singles. thank you for joining us, first of all. >> how are you, heather? >> i'm doing great this morning. >> let's start with the best market for families. what do you think? >> well, let me start by telling you that these are places where unemployment is below average, homes are affordable, anddí we predict prices and sales are going up. i went on realtor.com in raleigh, that's got a high high percentage of home owning families i saw this stately colonial so well appointed with wood trim wayne's coating. the kicker is it's in the
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middle of the wood. warm interior is matched by those inviting outdoor views and a family would love it here. plus, there is a large formal dining room that's perfect for entertaining. $350,000. >> wow. nice deal. and raleigh is a nice place to live, i have to say. i went to school near there. tough markets for young families, dallas being one of them? >> well, dallas is also great for families, too. because same price, $350,000 get you this beautiful house on a culled sack. there is private space for every family member because it's got four bedrooms it's in the lake highlands area. i used to live in dallas. can i tell you it's a great place but hard to find outdoor areas there big deck and backyard. very unusual. >> nice. and then something in minneapolis to tell us about? >> well, let's go to if you don't have kids but you are a young family, that's where you want to be. minneapolis. i love this house because of light. the completely renovated open plan living space is
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great for parties. there is a downstairs family room so you can have overflow as well. it also backs up on to a park and walking trails. >> that looks beautiful. so sticking with young couples, no kids, denver a lot of folks young and and $300,000. three bed, four bath. the chef's kitchen is the catch here. it's great for friends. it's been renovated in trendy style. gray cabinets long thin tile back splash. that's key theist days. my wife religion know g-8ed our house that way because it's the thing to do. >> backyard barbecue. >> trendy but something you could make your only. singles, you are not married and don't have any kids. where is the best place to live? >> think indianapolis. >> okay. >> we have got a cute two dead, one bath that i found on realtor.com. a little bunk glow. it's on the market for less?7
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than $150,000. i bet those young millennials who want to find a home can find it there. >> um. >>um what makes it a standout is not so much the house itself it's walking distance to shops. week ride village cultural entertainment district. not only that the monan hiking trail is a block away. i think it's a super find for someone who is a single who wants to find love because there there is a lot of singles in indy and a nice house. >> check out indianapolis as well. thank you so much for joining us, happy valentine's day by the by the way. >> you too, heather. >> find out more about these wonderful homes and orioles by realtor.com owned by the same company as fox news channel. thank you so much to anthony moore joining us today. >> coming up. this outrageous comment, listen. >> that's right. the republicans want you to die quickly if you get sick. >> now, his own party wants
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romantic but i think i'm too young to have a boyfriend. he likes me and i don't realli' -- i guess i will just tell him it's time to break up. >> good call, quinn. she is 5 years old. she is wise beyond her years. and she is our shot of the morning this morning. her mother posted this video on facebook discussing boy problems she is having on the playground. so far about 20,000 people have watched and agreed. >> i love it it smart little girl there. >> i got married to megyn lewis in first grade. >> how did it work out. >> during recess. there was only like a little ceremony. only had 15 minutes it was recess. we had the ceremony. i reminded her of that years later. really we got married? it didn't hold up in court. >> if you are watching this
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morning megyn lewis send us a picture of clayton in first grade. valentine's day soon some time in the next couple of days. question is what are you your lovered oneñn to celebrate look at that number on the bottom nothing. 61% are saying enough with this madeup holiday. didn't hallmark create this holiday? bacon rosespa not on there. >> it's a totally real holiday. >> no, it's madeup holiday. >> trina writes this on twitter my hard working man gets all paid expenses weekend golf resort. >> my cad would like this. this is from robert. will buy my wife wide have a right of yummy twreets and ice cream that i like. >> charlotte on twitter writes this wants a trump make america great hat. >> i think if you go his
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website you can get one of those. >> if you said nothing you would be 611%. >> what are you getting your ladies on valentine's day. >> can't give that away. >> that's code for we haven't shopped yet. >> you do have time. >> few hours left. >> take a look at headlines right now. we begin with a serious one. 17 years after -- 17 years this deadly shooting at columbine high school. the mother of one of the shooters is breaking her silence. for the first time on television sue klebold says she feels guilty not knowing anything was wrong with her son. >> i know saying i'm sorry is such%w an inadequate response to all this suffering. there is never a day that goes by where i don't think of the people that dylann harmed. >> kleebold says she is speaking out so other people
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can realize things can seem okay when they are actually very wrong. victims of the shooting have come forward to forgive the mother all these years later. well, friendly fire from senator harry reid another democrat who made headlines until 2009. >> the republican healthcare plan is this: die quickly. that's right. the republicans want you to die quickly if you get sick. >> remember that? who viciously defended the affordable care act now being asked by reid to drop out of a florida senate race. grayson has been fighting allegations of dirty money connect to do one of his hedge funds. to new jersey, a new jersey actor facing prison time for using a fake gun to film a movie. police when they saw him using the prop pistol on location. police arrived, guns ablazing him, arresting him and. the comedian is banned from leaving new jersey and
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facing up to five years in prison for all of that. >> next time you are in a hotel don't trust that safe. a locksmith claims he can unlock had any electronic safe in five seconds use ago magnet and a sock. >> i put it on there. oh now watch, it's not going to open. there we go. >> the flaw, apparently in the safe is a nickel piece from china. the locksmith terry wynn united yates. open up most hotel safes and apartment buildings. that's scary stuff there. >> those instructions, of course, are online. >> as is most things these days. well, some extreme weather talk about now. brutally cold valentine's day weekend is settling in for millions of americans. >> rick reichmuth is tracking it if not enjoying it. which is it. >> a little bit of of both. bright side to this.
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stay inside don't go out if you don't need. short lived which is also good0'xnx news. you don't have your pipes freeze. lots of things you need to do to stay safe this weekend. take a look at maps. we will show you what we're talking about how cold it is. interest is the current wind chills. you see that maroon color across eastern parts of canada and northern parts of th- u.s. that is a cold air mass diving down across the area right now and the wind is going to kick up this afternoon and make it really cold. here is what the northeast looks like throughout the day. pick your city. go throughout the day today. you see temperatures by tonight. actual air temperatures minus five in albany and windy. down to the southeast cold start for theggáh morning. cold for a lot of folks in the northeast. southern plains you are looking great. by tonight we will cool down a little bit in toward central florida. need a jacket. in across south of the northern plains starting off very, very cold. snow moving in by this afternoon. and some spots, maybe three to five inches of snow along with that clipper system. finally out across the west,
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we are warming up. it is hot there. we are going to be seeing some spots 90 degrees in across arizona and california. >> can we go? >> we need to hop onlane right now. >> colder in the northern territories than it is in the united states right now. >> it is. something like that. >> something like that. i don't know. i will ask my weather guy. in the meantime i want to talk to gary parsons from bass pro shops. we are thinking about the spring fishing classic getting out there for springtime. you have a great kids weekend lined up so kids can come in and learn how to fish. >> the spring classic goes all week, next weekend february 20th and 21st is the next generation kids deal. they can come in for a little seminars. craft workshops. fishing workshops. they fry up some fish. i'm sure you would probably be stealing those. >> your reputation proceeds you. >> tucker says so true. is fishing with my dad. and will still some of my
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favorite times fishing with my dad. such an important thing. >> brings me memories of my son. i started him out when he was four. gave him a bucket of minnows to play with. get used to them and have fun. the thing is you have got to take the kids out and make take the camera and make good memories. >> actually teach them how to get started. what do you need to do maybe the dexterity not there yet. what are some of the things that you as a world class fisherman teach a young kid what to do. >> first of all, always keep it fun. then you have got to basically, you can do the whole thing for around 40 bucks, really it's easy to get started. a lot of lakes and stuff usually close by. you can take everybody out and get started. >> so $40, this is like a starter set. >>mp yeah. >> what are we looking at here? >> you want to start with rod and reel. don't get a toy rod and reel unless it's going to be used for a toy. >> like one of those spiderman ones or tinker bell one? >> teach the kids to fish. get a good rod and reel like this crappie max rod and
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reel spin cast outfit. it's the real diehl. the rods tough enough to handle the kids playing around with it it okay? a spin cast reel is actually one of the easiest reels to use. basically push the thumb in, let's it out and reel it in. already spooled with line. you don't have to worry about that. and it's easy to cast. >> it's not going to get tangled? >> that's the thing. frustrating if the line gets tangled. it's tough to get started. >> you can get that plus all of the gear this tackle here for 40 bucks? >> in that neighborhood. you are looking at the kids fishing sun fish, pan fish. keep them active. fish that will bite. one of the simplest setups is a bobber, a hook, and a sinker. >> going into the water a little bit. >> little piece of night crawler, a grub or something like that on. always going to it be the kids that don't have the patience. for those kids use like this little baby spin. you tie that on because they want to chuck it out there and wind. chuck and wind. >> that's okay, too. >> and the thing is this
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thing caught a ba jill i don't know fish. >> there is no more fun than with a watching that bobber for hours waiting for it we have more with you coming up. send it back to you. >> thanks, guys. >> tucker? hillary clinton barely won in the state of iowa. help surprisingly lucky coin flips and crushed in new hampshire by epic margin. why does she have huge lead in delegates? is the system rigged? a.b. stoddard here to explain. >> the turf your kids may play sports on is under investigation by the feds. why the government say it may be dangerous. ♪ you can't go home ♪ who says you can't go home ♪ there is only one thing ♪ that call me one of their own ♪ it's the hometown boy ♪ former rolling stone ♪ says you can't go home ♪ who says you can't
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welcome back to "fox & friends." some quick consumer headlines for you. dollar general store facing multiple lawsuits over allegations the store brand motor oil is outdated. on the back of three grades of oil there are recommendations not to use on engines built after 1988. the store maintains that that language is, quote, ambiguous. facebook stepping up its fight against terror. the social media giant plans to offer ad credits to some users who speak out against terrorism. facebook has also put together a team solely for terrorism content to help promote what it calls counter speech feds finally taking action on synthetic turf. the safety product safety commission planning to answer questions that have been raised about turf made from recycled tires and possible risk for young athletes. plans to have a report by the end of the year. those are your headlines,
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tucker. >> why thank you so much, heather. former president george w. bush is gearing up to make his campaign debut on monday in south carolina. the state where both he and his father won their respective primaries. will this move help jeb win? everyone beats up on washington but as long as a.b. stoddard lives there, that's not entirely fair. she is the associate editor of the hill and all around great personal. she joins us thisa morningment great to he so you a.b. great to he so you. >> thanks for having me, tucker. >> will this campaign help do you think? >> i think we won't know for several days. the madness of this cycle could actually bring out a fondness for george w. bush. he is real little kind of coming out of his undisclosed location after years of staying on the sidelines and not commenting on obama and not being in the political debate. and i think that even though their relationship, the two brothers is not even really close, we just don't know. it actually could end up having a beneficial effect
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for jeb. at the same time, if the well of fond feelings in south carolina for the bush family is just not what it used to be, if it looks like it's just, you know, too establishment, and too stale, then, you know, that could just, you know, put another nell in the coffin of jeb bush's campaign. >> you have covered this stuff for a long time. explain to our viewers exactly how hillary clintoné loses huge in new hampshire but winds up with more delegates than bernie sanders. that doesn't sound like democracy to me. >> right. when the young people supporting bernie sanders figure out what a super delegate is. they are going to flip out. he has got around 8 of them and she has now 359 or 360 by last count. these are people in the party who can pledge their support in advance, before the balloting even begins. and they did. because they thought she was a safe be it was pretty much between a
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socialist democrat martin o'malley, governor of maryland, and hillary clinton who is, you know, is still retains a position in the strongest political machine in the democratic party in this country. people were -- did not see a downside to supporting her with super delegates right away. the trick is just like in 2008 with obama, if the support starts to move away from hillary towards bernie sanders as it did with senator -- then senator obama, the super delegates can bail on her and switch their pledge to someone else. right now, there is nervousness and a lot of them are really acknowledging privately the pressure that 'it their state or their district or the national vote count, you know, definitely steam rolling towards bernie sanders, they would have to vote with the person with the most momentum and they couldn't block the will of their constituents. so, it's sort of meaningless but it looks intimidating now. >> but, i mean, it's kind of amazing super delegates still exist since the whole
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purpose of them is to minimize the power of actual voters. really quickly, the dnc has changed its fundraising rules allowing hillary clinton allowing lobbyists to donate money directly. does this hepburny sanders? does this enrage his supporters so much to give him more doe, do you think? >> tucker, i have been waiting to seed2 if bernie sanders is going to turn and say to his supporters it's not just a rigged economy. it's a rigged political system and it's rigged against us. if he does that they are not going to support hillary in the fall. if he tells them i ask for a recount in the morning in iowa i was refused one by a w. a state party chair who drives around with a charter chair that says hrc 2016. they have left me out of all the debate consulting shoe. he is piling up the super delegates. if it starts to become a narrative in the sanders' campaign and she and the dnc put too much of a boot on the neck of the momentum of bernie sanders and use that machine so explicitly i think it's going to be really problematic for her.
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>> i think so, too. the whole thing is turning them into a bernie guy. not really. can you see why they are mad. a.b. stoddard, thank you for that explanation. that was really smart. >> thanks, tucker. >> good to see you. coming up, the justice department suing the city of ferguson claiming the city rejected police reforms. the mayor of that town says that's not the mayor of that town says that's not the case at all. he joins us next hour to tell us what the fed is doing to him. and does your kid love batman or superman? how about captain america. we've got the new toy trends, coming up. clayton, diving in. what super poligrip does for me is it keeps the food out. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. just a few dabs is clinically proven to seal out more food particles. super poligrip is part of my life now. (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise)
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welcome back. oh, to be a kid again. some of us are still stuck in
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that phase, like myself. but with the latest toys and hottest trends, today is the 113th annual toy fair here in new york city. the show is closed to the public, but meredith sinclair is here with her annual look. you have the best job in the world. >> i do. >> you get to preview a lot of these toys. some of them are not out yet, some of the dolls are. but we've got the big wig? >> these are the big movie trend toys, batman versus superman. check out these giant action figures. they're amazing. so this movie is coming out in the summer. and we've got the civil war, captain america. >> this is the war i'm looking forward to the most, "captain america." >> really interactive, fun, role-playing gear. this is the blaster -- there we go. and they also shoot the foam darts, too. really fun. bam! >> hours of fun. >> kids are going to love these to play along with the movie. this is really fun.
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hasbro just got the license for disney princesses and they've redone them all. they have all different molds. check out the giant castle. >> this castle comes out in the spring, right? >> yeah. and what's cool is all the different rooms are themed for the princesses. and what's cool is all the princesses actually look like the characters, different sizes, they're all from different molds. so moving on to play-doh, it's play-doh's 60th anniversary. this is going to be coming o out in the spring as well. this is a three in one town center. and they now have little figures. you can make their hair, they've got a bakery and mechanic's shop and a florist. smells the same as always, we still love it. >> and as delicious as ever. >> and brick sticks? >> you can make them into different scenes. and now they have a license for nickelodeon, so you can create ninja turtles, spongebob, really cool. >> and this is pretty cool. hand-crafted play sets? >> this is once kids, as you can see, beautifully hand crafted.
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this is the wanderlust line. different cities, paris, hong kong. and these are eco heros. you can design themselves yourself with a pen. so i showed props in a box, which i love. it is imaginative play. it comes with a backdrop and some props. now they've made props in a the. >> puppet shows and come up with different plays. >> and there's a movie maker app with it. you download the app, your kids can make a movie with sound effects and backgrounds, really imaginative play, chi love. hands on play. >> props in a bag, this is out now. >> some of it coming out soon, some coming out later. >> some are just launching at the toy fair, really exciting. >> i'm going to continue to play in the commercial break. coming up, the candidates are swarming south carolina and things are getting ugly. governor mike huckabee nearly
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build that wall! build that wall! >> the target on donald trump's back has grown this morning, his poll numbers reveal, he's not just leading, he's crushing the competition. we'll bring you the latest. and it was one of the most talked about super bowl ads this year. >> puppy monkey baby. puppy monkey baby puppy monkey baby. >> yep, puppy monkey baby. >> what in the world? >> that was one of the most trending topics. it may be making a come back, puppy monkey baby. >> creepy. >> puppy monkey baby. -- a guy who is a reality tv star, who has been successful in his own life, but he also pushes people down to make himself look better. >> jeb, ugh. jeb!
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he's asleep. he's asleep at the wheel, folks. then you have others. you have cruz. you have cruz. find out where he gets his money. >> there's more than a little irony as donald accusing anyone of being nasty, given the amazing torrent of insults and obscenities and vulgarities that come out of his mouth. >> unlike some of the other candidates running, i oppose common core, and when i am president, we are getting it out of your schools. >> build that wall! build that wall! build that wall! >> get your puppy monkey babies out. there he is! the republican front-runner. the south carolina primary, a week from today. it really matters. it has a tendency to choose the next nominee in the republican party, anyway. and there's a debate just hours from now. >> big night tonight. >> take a look at this new poll, take a look at where we sit this morning, ahead of the debate tonight. donald trump at 34%, coming off that massive victory in new hampshire, where he really ran the table there, in every major category. people who oppose immigration, people who are pro-immigration,
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he cleaned up in every category. ted cruz in second place there. it will be interesting to see tonight, can any of them tip the scales, move that needle further down the line. >> so who's not going to be there? chris christie. he really was the headline. he was just ferocious. >> going after rubio -- >> it was just all fur and teeth. that was unbelievable. will he endorse before the primary saturday? will he endorse donald trump? i don't know the answer to that. but, boy, that's one endorsement that might make a difference. >> and if you look at that poll, 11% still undecided. a lot of those candidates vying for those votes as well. >> and there's a lot of late movement, especially in the debate, that can really tip the scales. we all know what happened with rick perry, he had that epic meltdown moment where he couldn't remember the third department he wanted to cut. marco rubio had a similar meltdown at the last debate. can he rebound tonight? but remember in 2012 when this was the case. mitt romney was up 27% to newt gingrich, 22%, with seven days remaining until the south carolina primary. then, during the debate, newt
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gingrich was asked about -- the question had come up about his ex-wife, to which he attacked the media and everything changed. watch this moment. >> to take an ex-wife and make it two days before the primary, a significant question in a presidential campaign, is as close to despicable as anything i can imagine. >> huge spike then right after this. >> yeah. >> these matter. you forget. there are so many debates, that they kind of blur together. but as the primaries get underway, they can -- voters -- >> this shows what happened. >> for sure. you just saw that last week in new hampshire. it seems very obvious that christie's attacks on rubio really hurt rubio with voters. >> i wonder where that list-minute shift will come. you know, george w. bush is hugely popular in south carolina. of course, jeb on monday is going to be bringing the former president there on the campaign trail. he had an 84% approval rating in that state. will that help move the needle
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for jeb bush at all? donald trump really ran the table up in new hampshire. maybe one area where he may not do as well might be among evangelicals. can ted cruz pick up a bit of that? >> but he won. trump won the evangelical vote in new hampshire and he's in the lead with the evangelical vote so far in south carolina. >> the headline here, who donald trump, who people laughed at a year ago. "the huffington post," when trump announced, we aren't even covering this as a news story, this is an entertainment story. not one person i knew believed he had any chance of being taken seriously, much less moving voters. he just won the republican new hampshire than a bigger margin than any candidate ever. this is not what we're expecting. >> and holy smokes with jobs in this country, moving to mexico, moving to china. something that donald trump has been talking about out on the campaign trail routinely, now we see it in the flesh in indianapolis. the carrier air-conditioning company there cannot compete, they say, with some of the other air-conditioning companies, they're more expensive, and this was the announcement they made
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to their employees just yesterday that they're moving their entire operation there to mexico. watch. >> it became clear that the best way to stay competitive and protect the business for long-term is to move production from our facility in indianapolis to monterrey, mexico. [ bleep ] [ bleep ] [ bleep ] >> to wonder people are mad. no wonder bernie sanders and donald trump just won. this is the downside of globalization. i'm not against globalization, by the way, and i don't know what we do to stop it. but to all the politicians who said, there's no downside. everyone's going to benefit. cheaper consumer products, it's good for everyone in america, this exposes that as what it always was, it's a lie. of course there's a downside to it. >> across the board in south carolina, if you look at democrats and republicans, their number one concern is the economy.
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>> yeah, of course. >> those dinner table issues. >> why is that good for the average person? i don't know. that's the question. and that's why sanders, i'm totally convinced, and trump, are leading right now. >> one of the other big topics the candidates have been talking about, and they had to address this at the last debate, is terrorism. now to a fox news alert, the fbi now investigating a bloody machete attack as terrorism. the alleged attacker a possible lone wolf. >> so what exactly has happened. garrett tenney is live in washington with the breaking details on this story and they are grim. garrett, good morning. >> good morning. law enforcement sources close to the case tell fox news that the fbi is now investigating the incident as a potential lone wolf attack. so far, we're told the fbi hasn't found any evidence suggesting that this attack was orchestrated or directed by isis or other terrorist groups. instead, they're looking into the possibility that 30-year-old
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mohammad beri was inspired by terrorist propaganda. and our fox affiliate is also reporting thatb beri was no stranger to the fbi. law enforcement sources tell us that investigators are now digging into beri's background and travel history for any possible connection to terrorism. checking his digital footprint for any communication with extremists and his browsing history for any evidence of propaganda. we're also learning more of the terrifying details of the attack thursday night at a popular mediterranean restaurant just outside columbus. 30 minutes before the attack, the owner, who is an israeli immigrant, says beri came in and asked where he was from. and then returned with a machete and a knife and began indiscriminately attacking people inside. take a listen to this 911 call from one of the customers. >> how many people were stabbed? >> there's like five people. nobody knows who he is. he just came in and started
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stabbing people. oh, my god, oh, my god, oh, my god! >> he's come back? >> [ inaudible ] we need an ambulance here now! no! >> five victims. >> so hard to listen to those phone calls. four people were taken to the hospital. one of them remains in critical condition. the restaurant owner says it could have been much worse, though, from an employee hasn't courageously chased beri away with a bat. after a car chase, the 30-year-old was shot and killed when he lunged at police with the knife and machete. heather, clayton, and tucker? >> it's just awful. you go out to dinner and never expect anything like that to happen. garrett, thank you. now to some other headlines. we're going to talk a little bit more about terror. a brand-new terror warning overnight. france's prime minister says there will be more, quote, major attacks in the near future. france declared war on terror after 130 people were killed in the november paris attacks.
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well, french leaders say that the threat is long term, and that the world has, quote, entered a new era in the war against terror. and an explosive discovery at a texas middle school to tell you about. two potentially explosive devices found in an eighth grade boy's locker. an anonymous tipster alerted the district and the school was evacuated. no one was injured, though. that school was arrested, and the principal says she saw the student holding what looked to her like a prescription bottle and a pvc pipe wrapped in duct tape. police are still unclear whether or not those were actual bombs. and remember the bizarre mountain dew super bowl commercial puppy monkey baby? >> puppy monkey baby. puppy monkey baby. puppy monkey baby. >> that's the thing of nightmares, thing. well, you haven't apparently seen the last of that character. the ad was one of the most talked about during the big game. it has 19 million views on
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youtube, which convinced mountain dew to sign a deal, making puppy monkey baby t-shirts, toys, key chains, and even bobbleheads. now, that would make a good valentine's gift. >> and rick, we got word that puppy monkey baby just got an agent, too. >> puppy monkey baby, like a frankenstein baby. >> very weird. >> all right. puppy monkey baby to you. >> no pants. >> you better put some pants on, baby, puppy monkey. here you go. these are your records across much of the northeast tonight. record low temperatures. and this is what the forecast is for tonight. all the big cities looking to break records tonight. in fact, some areas will be as cold as it's been in about the last ten years. so some very, very cold air coming. we also have a lot of snow. clipper system will drop down across the northern plains with this head down across parts of the tennessee valley. this is through monday. we're going to see some snow and ice across parts of the carolinas and virginia.
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that's sunday night into monday. certainly watch out for that. here's your temperature. currently, we've got the trough across the east. that's where the cold air is. out across the west, we're breaking all kinds of opposite temperatures. very nice across the west. not the case in the northern plains, and across the northeast, very windy today, and the high temperatures for today are likely right around now. temps will drop throughout the day today and get colder. that's the case across parts of the northeast and the northern plains, where it's windy and it's very cold. and tonight, the cold air really settles in. guys, get ready, by tomorrow morning, temperatures around zero and windchills around minus 20. >> and you said a high temperature now, around 9:00 p.m. in the morning. >> should be getting colder throughout the day. >> you can't scare us! >> i try. >> viking blood flows in his veins. >> i believe that. coming up, the justice department suing the city of ferguson, missouri, claiming the city rejected police reforms, but the mayor of that city says that is not at all the case. he joins his next with his side of the story. yes, there is one. stay tuned.
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well, the obama administration's department of justice, the most activist doj in history, suing the city of ferguson, missouri, for civil rights violations and resisting reform to its civil rights system in the wake of michael brown. the city says the deal would bankrupt the city. joining us now with his side of this is ferguson mayor james knowles. thanks for joining us this morning. so, the obama administration is basically implying that the city is refusing to get its house in order. and you're saying is they're pushing you towards bankruptcy. tell us your side. >> well, i think it's unfair that they've said that we've rejected police reform, when we've actually started instituting police and court reforms in our city long before the justice department even completed their report in march of 2015. and so when he started after the
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events in august of 2014, the events related to the protests around the shooting of michael brown, we started looking at ways we could reform both our police department and our court system, taking that introspective look and adopting reforms such as putting vest cameras on all of our police officers, changing the way our fines and fee structures are in our courts. we started the beginning of forming a civilian review board, so the civilians can have oversight of our police department. the whole host of reforms, all of which is also contained in the center decree they wanted us to sign, we said we could only sign that decree if we were able to make a few modifications this were able to make it affordable for our citizens. we didn't reject it. we voted for it >> so the federal government is trying to tell you how much to pay your cops. if the feds can tell you that, they're basically running your city, aren't they? that's a takeover, is it not? >> it is. and unfortunately, you know,
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they continue to claim that what we're rejecting is constitutional policing. there's nowhere in the constitution where it says that you have to pay your police officers, quote, among the highest in the area. i mean, this is not an issue of constitutional policing. we have adopted safeguards. we have adopted policies and procedures and we've adopted overnight to ensure the constitutional policing exists in ferguson, from here on out. we have not rejected any reforms. the justice department is, unfortunately, overreaching on these points. >> because the government has done such a good job running the country, maybe they can run ferguson even better. do you think in the end these reforms will make ferguson a safer, better city and that in ten years from now, it will be more prosperous and peaceful than it is now? >> yes. and we've committed to making these reforms, regardless if we have an agreement with the department of justice. we've already begun implementing many of them, they are going to continue, as they sue us, we are going to continue making these reforms and moving this community forward. what we're not going to be able
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to do are those things which we amended last week during the council meeting. we're not going to be able to pay a bunch of money to a federal monitor. we'll have to have a cap on that. we'll not be able to pay our officers among the highest in the st. louis region. it's just not possible. the federal government gets to print money wherever they need it. we have to leave within our means, just like every american family and that's what we're trying to do. >> i hope that the media stays with the story and hope we revisit ferguson. mr. mayor, thanks for joining us. >> thank you, tucker. coming up, the v.a. claims it's cleaning up its act, but this morning there's a brand-new investigation into yet another veterans' administration hospital. wait until you hear what that investigation found. shocking. and he saved her life with an organ transplant, but it turns out they were a match in more ways than one. in a day with a lot of bad news, this is great news. stay tuned for it.
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welcome back. some quick headlines now for you. a new smoking ban may soon be effect in virginia. the proposed legislation would let cops fine drivers $100 if they are caught smoking in cars carrying children if they are 7 or under. and utah is looking to add an 86.5% tax on all ecigarettes and vaporizers. the state legislature wants to add them to the tax code as nicotine products. the bill aimed at cutting down vaporizer use by teenagers and adding extra revenue for area health care. heather? >> thank you very much. well, the heart is usually the organ known for love, but
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for one illinois couple, their romance began with a liver transplant. joining us now with their incredible love story is heather krueger and christopher dempsey. thank you so much for joining us. this is a wonderful story for valentine's weekend. and it begins with a diagnosis that happened to you back in 2014. can you take us back to that? >> march 2014, i had been sick for the past year and finally at the university of illinois in chicago, they diagnosed me with stage iv liver disease. then two months later, i went into liver failure, and at that point, they said i had less than 50% chance of living another two months. >> and christopher, that's something you heard people talking about. you were just standing around, you overheard this conversation about her plight. >> yes, yes. it was at lunchtime, i overheard a coworker talking about his cousin who was in a situation, and i just thought, you know, if i was in this situation, if somebody in my family was in this situation, i would want somebody to help out, so i decided i was going to go get tested. >> that's so remarkable and you
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say that as if anyone would do that, but that's certainly not the case. you went and were tested and found out you were a match. >> i found out i was a match, and right after i found out, i had called heather and that was the first time i had spoke with her on the phone and let her know i was going to be her donor. >> that was the first time you spoke and you go through the surgery and you wake up and you're in the icu. where does the love story begin? >> kind of beforehand, actually, before the surgery. we started hanging out more, our families had met, gone out to dinner, and that's kind of when i knew this was going to be more than just -- >> how? how did you know? >> well, like she said, we started spending more and more time together, and my motorcycle club decided they were going to host a benefit to raise money for her hospital bills and stuff like that, so we spent more time together, get donations and stuff for this benefit. i just thought, she was going through this whole thing with a smile on her face, and i just thought this would be somebody i would want to get to know. >> and 12 days after you left the icu, you weren't just
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thinking about it anymore, you wanted to make it official, right? >> right. >> so how did you do that? >> i just kind of asked her if she would be my girlfriend and we could make it official and she said yeah. >> perfect. and so you're engaged? >> we are engage to be married? >> and what other message would you share for young couples or anyone at home. what do you hope their story inspires them to do? >> i hope this brings awareness for the organ donation process and let people know they can change somebody's life dramatically by being a donor, if it's something they can do. i know it's a big commitment and stuff like that, but you can change somebody's life drastically. >> and everyone, i'm sure, wants to know, how are you both doing today? >> absolutely perfect. >> doing great? great. >> and when's the date for the wedding? >> october 15th o f this year. >> very soon, coming up. before you know it, it will be here. >> happy valentine's day. a beautiful story. still to come, governor mike
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huckabee nearly upset eventual nominee john mccain in south carolina back in 2004, so, what did the candidates need to do tonight at the debate? the governor is live with his advice to the remaining candidates, up next. mplgs and it is the tv moment lighting up social media. a canadian rocker comes on to american soil, and then he has this to say. >> i just want to say, it being an election year in the u.s., the u.s. has a lot they can learn from candidate. >> now that espn reporter shut him down, up next.
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well, tonight, a showdown in south carolina, as the six gop presidential candidates face off in the final debate before the election. governor huckabee placed second in the primary and joins us now. governor, nice to see you this morning. >> good morning, great to be back. >> so you know the south carolina primary very well, of course. and the evangelical vote, incredibly important. so let's put up this latest poll
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this morning. 34% for trump and 15% for cruz. donald trump doing very well among evangelical voters. ted cruz, could he narrow the gap in south carolina among evangelicals? what do you make of it? >> i think it's an unusual year, in which evangelicals are not necessarily breaking towards their faith. they're expressing the same kind of anger and frustration with a very rigged game, that they all know is happening. and that's why donald trump is winning among every kind of demographic, except the old-fashioned hard-core establishment donor class, that doesn't fund donald trump. and i think that's one of the reason he's so attracted to voters, because he's not funded by the traditional donor class. >> right. >> so his critique of cruz goes like this. cruz is running as an he's dis, and evangelicals will recognize that and not vote for him. do you think that's a resonant line of attack? >> we'll find out when it comes up for the vote.
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but i think tonight what you're going to see is the long knives come out. look, south carolina, the one thing can i tell you from having played on that field, if you can't stand the sight of your own blood, just don't go to south carolina. because it is -- it is masked all in southern gentility, but the politics of south carolina, it's rough and tumble. it's -- i mean, it's old school, bare knuckles, brutal kind of politics. >> yeah. >> and if you've been in it a long time, it's kind of interesting, but it is not for the faint of heart. >> it is old school, but they definitely pay attention to the policies that the different candidates have to talk about. back in 2008, you won the evangelical vote, compared to mccain, i think it was 45 to 21%. will that be the difference or will it be independents? will it be women? what do the candidates need to concentrate on, in terms to have demographics in south carolina? >> well, i think, as long as you don't do something that overtly
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offends the evangelicals, you still have an opportunity to get their vote, because they're not breaking again toward their faith vote. if you saw, and i know you did, because you played it several times this morning and it was very powerful, that scene in indianapolis, at the carrier air-conditioning plant? >> yeah. >> the visceral reaction of those workers, that is america right now. that's not just the carrier employees in indianapolis. that's america. so what's the answer to that? >> people are fed up with policies. >> they sure are. >> i think the answer to that -- >> how do you respond to that? you look at that video, what's the republican response? >> i think one thing, you quit pandering to the special small donor class of washington and wall street. i've been railing against this for years and get my head handed to me over it. but donald trump taps into that fact that these trade deals we have entered into have not gone well because we didn't enforce both sides. and you get labeled an anti-trader. it's not about being anti-trade, it's about being
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pro-globalization versus americanization. people are sick of corporatists and globalists. they want somebody who will stand up to america. and that's what we're seeing in this election. >> you haven't thrown your support behind anyone yet. does that mean you're going to support donald trump? >> going to make an announcement? >> i'm not endorsing anybody. i'm endorsing the basic principles that i believe. i don't think an endorsement does a lot to matter to one candidate or to another. but what i will stand up for and continue to endorse is that we start acting in the best interests of america's working class, for the people who are standing on those concrete floors, coming home bone tired every day, who are walking into an employee meeting and hearing announcements like they did in indianapolis. and i'm just saying that we've got to have candidates who not only speak policies to them, but for gosh's sake, understands what those folks are feeling out there. and i don't think a lot of the candidates have fully connected to them. >> governor, in just like ten
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seconds, the winnowing of the field after each of these primaries, who's on watch tonight? who are you most interested to see if they can have a stellar debate tonight to kind of hang on? >> you know, it seems like bush and rubio may be going after trump and cruz is obviously doing that, but the real fight is going to be among the three of cruz -- well, it will be between cruz, kasich, bush, and rubio. one of them is going to emerge as the option to donald trump, if there's going to be one. and that's where their focus, if i were advising them, needs to be turned to each other, because at some point, only one of them will probably emerge as that alternative fwb, as i say, if there's going to be one. >> governor mike huckabee, joining us live. great to see you, governor. >> thank you. >> good to see you guys. now we're going to take a look at some other headlines. we have more trouble to tell you about for the va. fox news warning. a formal probe has launched into allegations of misconduct at the cincinnati va. now, we don't know specifically
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what happened or what area the department is targeting, but we can report that the investigation focuses on, quote, misconduct that adversely affects the care of veterans. a mystery stomach virus sweeps across a pennsylvania college campus. at least 192 students are now sick. classes and weekend activities have been canceled. the college is working with montgomery county health authorities to find the cause of the illness. the school's dining hall has also reopened. health inspectors did not find an issue there. that's good news. it was closed after students became sick on tuesday night. faith under fire. a school bans a former football player from putting a bible verse on a fund-raising plaque. and now michael lucas is dropping a federal lawsuit against the colorado school of mines, after the said school -- i'm trying to figure out what this is saying.
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the school was ending the fund-raising program and they've removed all the donor plaques. that's what happened. the school has said allowing the verse would violate the separation of church and state, so a lawsuit has been filed. bottom line. and stick to sports. a canadian singer getting shut down on espn for plugging politics. >> i just want to say it's an election year in the u.s., the u.s. has a lot they can learn from canada health care, taking care of people -- >> so we're talking about celebrity stuff, not politics. congratulations on your mvp! >> wynn butler, the frontman for the band arcade fire receiving the mvp war. the reporter doing a good job enforcing espn's no-politics policy. and those are a look at your headlines so far. >> thank you, heather. extreme weather, brutally cold valentine's day weekend and we mean brutally cold, is settling in the eastern half of
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the country. rick, an expert on cold weather and joins us now with details. >> and you know it's bass pro shop's spring fishing classic. >> yeah, it is. >> so, spring. so i hopped on the boat, which has leather seats. not a good idea in these cold temperatures. it's really cold. take a look at the maps and we'll tell you exactly how cold. it's a really rough weekend, actually. fairly dangerous. you need to do everything you can to keep yourself safe right now. here's the current windchill. you see that blob of cold air across eastern canada. that's what's headed down across the mid-atlantic into the northeast. those temps moderate the farther south they go, but the cold air is going to be begin and tonight will be the coldest air we've seen in likely about ten years across parts of the northeast. here's your high forecast for the day today, getting up to 1 in rochester. that's the actual air temperature. and a lot of lake-effect snow this weekend. be prepared for that. some whiteout conditions in those heavier bands. down to the southeast today, the cold air down, 35 in charlotte, 56 in melbourne. the southern plains, spectacular. a warm day.
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the plains, the beginning of a clipper system moves on in. we'll see that little strip of snow, the cold temperatures in there, we'll warm up a little bit tomorrow, and out across the west, it's warm, breaking all kinds of high temperature records from california and and arizona. >> the ying and yang. coming up, it sure sounds good. bernie sanders wants everyone to have free stuff and a lot of it. >> tuition, free. >> free. >> free. >> free, as in no cost. but wait, someone's going to pay for it. who is that person? our next guest will tell you. but first, let's check in with david asman with a look at what's coming up in the cost to have freedom business block. >> the markets keep whipsawing across the globe. is it because the economy is in shambles across the globe? and iran mocking u.s. sailors, showing pics of them crying. donald trump tells us what he thinks about that. plus, bernie says he can help bring back the middle class with
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i believe that public colleges and universities should be tuition free. >> make public colleges and universities tuition free. >> public colleges and universities tuition free. >> tuition free. >> tuition free. >> tuition free. >> free. >> free. >> free. >> people like free stuff. bernie's own democratic voters seem to love the free college idea, but that's not his only costly plan. >> yeah, we're going to raise the minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour. >> we must strengthen and expand social security. >> i believe in a
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medicare-for-all single-payer program. >> so who's going to pay for all of this? brian brenberg is an associate professor in business and economics as well as a chair in the program of business and finance and he joins us now. his argument, of course, is we need a thriving middle class, and that's how we can see growth in this country. will those programs do it? >> the problem is, the programs that he's talking about are actually going to cause really high taxes on the middle class. if you look at what he's proposing to do, he's talking about $18 trillion in new spending over the next ten years and he said that he's going to pay for that by taxing the rich. but there's absolutely no way that you can fund a 40% increase in the size of government by taxing the rich alone. he's going to have to tax the middle class. that's not gong to help the middle class. they're already struggling, there haven't seen their wages go up. how is taxing them going to make their lives better? >> let's address the $15 minimum wage. there are some economists who said that this would not cost us jobs. in fact, this is exactly what the economy needs. do we have any data to support
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that? >> no. you have to suspend reality to think that a $15 an hour minimum wage isn't going to change things. you think about a business in middle america who's paying its workers a federal minimum wage, that's what they can afford to do. they've got to jack that up to $15 -- double the minimum wage for their workers? how in the world are they going to handle that cost? they can't handle that cost. we've seen estimates from the former director of the cbo say, look, this could upwards of 6 million jobs if we move to this level. even alan krueger, who's the champion of minimum wage increases on the left has said, look, we're going into uncharted water ifs we go to $15 an hour. i just don't think there's any evidence that suggests that this could be on net a good thing for american workers. and there's a lot of reasons to say it could be very, very dangerous. >> because there was a move to move it to $10 an hour. bernie and others have come out and said, let's just shoot for the stars. >> even at $10 an hour, you're talking about half a million jobs lost. there's no such thing as a free lunch. you raise wages for workers on businesses, that creates higher costs for them. they have to adapt to that. at the end of the day, they
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can't afford these things. >> bernie sanders also wants to increase health care for more americans, beyond what obamacare does. let's put up some of the costs associated with his plan, berniecare, it's being called. obamacare, $900 billion over ten years. his plan, according to the "new york post," $14 trillion. >> yeah. in one year, berniecare costs more than ten years worth of obamacare. and the question, again, is how do you pay for this? and senator sanders said we're going to pay for it by taxing the rich. you cannot tax the rich enough to pay for this. there is no industrialized country that has a single-payer plan that only taxes the rich to fund it. all of those countries, you talk about the european countries, they're taxing the middle class to do it. let's be honest, if you're going to move in that direction, everybody's taxes are going to go way up. >> why is this plan that much higher than obamacare? >> because he's talking about, it's single-payer. every single health care transaction is going to be run through the federal government. everything that we do when it comes to health care in this country is going to be funded by the federal government, which means it's going to be funded by tax dollars. that's it.
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there's nothing private in bernie sanders' plan. >> brian, great to see you this morning. >> great to see you. >> coming up here on the show, the calendar may say it's winter, but it's already warming up in our minds. we're live with bass pro shops to hit the water right here on the plaza, their spring fishing classic. in new york state, we believe tomorrow starts today. all across the state the economy is growing, with creative new business incentives, and the lowest taxes in decades, attracting the talent and companies of tomorrow. like in the hudson valley, with world class biotech. and on long island, where great universities are creating next generation technologies. let us help grow your company's tomorrow, today at business.ny.gov
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facebook has put together a team, solely for spotting posts with suspected tied to terrorism. and someone caught comedian bill murray on a bad night. >> see the groundhog? >> yeah. >> think it will be an early spring. >> didn't we do this yesterday? >> i don't know what you mean. >> don't mess with me, porkchop! >> tmz reporting that he threw a pair of fan's cell phones off a california rooftop lounge after he caught them snapping photos, but no charges were pressed. the actor actually offered to pay for the damages. and if you know him, you would expect to see that. he's a great guy. so fishing, is that what we're doing here? >> that's it! today's chilly weather would have you believe that it is spring, but spring is just around the corner and we have proof, because of bass pro shops in this spring classic. gary parsons, you're back! >> yes, bass pro has a wonderful
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event going on, from now through february 21st is their spring classic. it's a place to go, you go to the stores. there are sales all over the place. there's fantastic rod and reel trade-ins. there's free seminars. fun for the whole family, really. >> that's awesome. and you have a mastercard? >> i have no idea what to do. >> we have a mastercard situation, where, you can actually get an instant rebate, rick, of $100 when you purchase products during the terms of this spring classic. so, you go to the checkout, you put your stuff down, if you're using a bass pro branded mastercard, you're going to get that instant rebate, all the way up to $100. the more you spend, of course, the more -- >> first, you're going to pay us to fish by the end of the day. that would be awesome! >> you're one of the best fishermen in the world. have you ever fished into a new york city cab before? have you ever managed to hit one? >> i've never done that. >> how about a gypsy cab? >> not really, but i've fished
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out of a moving boat a lot. >> tell us about this. >> this is the pro team 190, this whole rig, boat motor, clayton, goes for under $20,000, if you can believe that or not. >> you know, it's a heck of a deal. the boat itself is a fantastic rig. it's got what we call a revolution hull. it splits through the waves and it basically gives you smooth, dry, ride. >> okay. >> the whole works here is just incredible. tracker is known for building boats that basically fit the customers' needs. they build boats from small lakes all the way up to giant ocean-type rigs. the one cool thing about this boat is that during the bass pro spring classic, you can get this boat for $1,000 less than what it was offered in 2014. >> i thought you were going to say for a thousand dollars.
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>> no, it's $1,000 less than 2014. >> that's deflation. >> yeah, like i said, bass pro will be paying you money before the end of this. not only that, but honestly, when you go, if you buy the boat during the spring classic, you'll get a $500 gift card also from bass proshops. and i don't know about you, but i can always use -- >> i like the direction this is moving. cheaper every year. >> pretty good stuff. the spring classic, tractor boats. i don't know if it gets any better than this whole week. >> what's up with the raccoon? >> he comes here every time. >> he's the mascot. i tried to take him once. >> that comes with the boat. >> bass pro shops always has amazing stuff. we're happy you're here again with us. and we'll have you around a little bit later on adds well. >> thanks, gary! >> we'll be right back.
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>> that actually happened. >> what are you getting your loved one this valentines day? >> survey says, nothing. 62% of americans didn't bother to buy a valentine's gift. >> when women say stay don't want anything, that's a lie. don't make that mistake. >> yeah? >> kevin wrote us, i bought scratch-off lottery tickets for my wife. after all, she married me 30 years ago so i fixed she'ses a real gam pler. >> emily says we are celebrating by selling our signature candy for a celebration sunday. ashley says i think i'll make my
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man a bacon bouquet. >> ashley, you are a good person. i bet he loves you for a good reason. >> tomorrow newt gingrich. >> more spring fishing. >> happy valentine's day. >> when is valentine's day? >> wild swings. not just hire, but everywhere that's fueling new worries we are swing back into a new recession. are we? this is bulls and bears. the bulls and bears this week welcome to everybody. gary bear, are we looking at another bad recession? >> i think we are every single sign i look at whether you look at macrosigns from

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